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South Carolina and the New Deal  

Standard 8-6: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the role of South Carolina in the nation during the early twentieth century. Unit Essential Question: To what extent does government have a role and responsibility to help those in need?
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South Carolina and the New Deal

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Unit 10, Lesson 3

South Carolina and the New Deal

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New Deal Programs

What does it mean

What did they do

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WPA

CCC

REA

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2.  What role did James Byrnes play in the New Deal?

 

 

3. Explain who Mary McLeod Bethune was, and why was her role so special?

 

 

4. In your own words explain what happened at the Textile Strike of 1934?

 

 

5. Due to the Textile Strike in 1934 what happened to labor unions as a whole in our state?

 

 

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6. Locate a picture that best describes the Great Depression to you?  (Copy&Paste)...post your weblink above the photo.

 

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