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The Great Depression and The American Dream
Transcript of The Great Depression and The American Dream
the 1930 disliked big
businesses People during the Great
Depression had little faith
in the government to set
things right. With the Great Depression
around, the American
Dream seemed lost to the
public. Christmas Dinner In Iowa During the Great Depression The Great Depression "Do you hear them cry?
Despair and shame, that final sense
Of doom descending upon innocence,
Outcasts from pity's gentle eye?" Families could not afford a big dinner and settled for a simple meal -The music they had played during the Great Depression was mostly folk music.
-These type of songs helped people to be more happy and hopeful during these times.
-Mostly played in the West -Marya Zaturenska "The Virgin, the Doe, and the Leper" They took away all the
money that was given
for recovery from crisis. With everyone out of a job,
the American Dream seemed
farther away then ever.
There was no hope or joy, one
reason for calling it the Great
Depression. A Family from Illinois Often big families had to fit into a small house with many members A number of poems in the Great Depression reflected the feelings of pity poets felt for the classes of society most affected by the Depression. Sunny Cal - Since people couldn't afford to go out and listen to jazz at clubs . People had listened to it on the radio.
- People also used this music to forget about their worries and dance the night away.
- Jazz was a fvorite in more urban areas. Happy Feet -In 1932 Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected president.
-He came up with two new deals that would immediately relieve the economic pandemic.
-His strategies nearly wiped out the economic unemployment rate. Bibliography for Music http://www.Youtube.com
http://www.memory.loc.gov Bibliography For Images www.history1900s.about.com
www.picture-america.com http://xroads.virginia.edu Bibliography "American President: Franklin Delano Roosevelt." Miller Center. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Oct. 2012. <http://millercenter.org/president/fdroosevelt Cab Colloway