What is Rugged Individualism and Why did Hoover not want to use government help?
I don't need anyone's help
Hoovervilles, What Were They and What do They Look Like?
There were 5 cause to the Great Depression, such as The Stock Market Crash of 1929, the banks failing, Reduction of purchasing products across the board, the American Economic policy with Europe, and the drought conditions that had been happening. The most important one is the Stock Market Crash of 1929 because this kinda started the depression.
President Roosevelt's New Deal
The hands represent the fact that people thought that the new deal was an agreement.
Rugged Individualism is a term used to indicates that virtuous ideal where an individual is self-reliant and independent outside assistance. Hoover didn't want to use to much government because he felt that things should be fixed on there own not with all of the help from he government.
President Roosevelt's Second Bill of Rights
The Second Bill of Rights Proposal
Hoovervilles was a place where there were a lot of the card board boxes but there was more than one of these houses that were made out of any extra stuff people could find in the trash. These Hoovervilles are mainly made out of card board, and various items that you could find.
Do You Feel That the New Deal was a Success or Failure?
Success or Failure?
President Roosevelt's New Deal was where he took action in his first 100 days and set into count all of these acts that helped us get out of the Great Depression. This first New Deal was not the most effective but then Roosevelt then later goes on to make a second New Deal which was adding in social Security and a few other things.
After a lot of things weren't working Roosevelt thought about maybe creating another Bill of Rights, this would include always having the right to a job, medical care, a home, and a few more but this was never pasted because a lot of people thought that it was going to give people jobs but no one was going to wrok for it.
Do I feel that they New Deal was a success or a fail, I would have to say that over all it was pretty good, it did help with a lot of things and we still use some of the things that were made back then like social security.