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Setting Up the New Deal.
1: President Roosevelt: Fireside Chat on “The Forgotten Man”.
2: FDR on Government's Role in the Economy.
3: Herbert Hoover Speaks Against the New Deal.
4: Letter From Herbert Hoover to Franklin D. Roosevelt.
5: President Roosevelt: Fireside Chat Outlining the New Deal.
6: John Maynard Keynes: An Open Letter to President Roosevelt.
7: Letter-Report Concerning the Tennessee Valley.
8: FDR on Social Security.
9: Speech Against the President's “Court Packing” Plan.
10: President Roosevelt: Fireside Chat on the Current Recession.
11: The Hatch Act.
Unemployment and Relief.
12: Bumming in California.
13: United We Eat—The Phenomenon of Unemployed Leagues.
14: Letter from a Dust Bowl Survivor.
15: Letter Regarding Assistance to the Poor.
16: Memories of the Flint Sit-Down Strike.
17: It's a Great Life in the CCC.
18: I'd Rather Not Be on Relief.
19: What REA Service Means to Our Farm Home.
20: My Hopes for the CCC.
Women, Minorities, and Youth.
21: Women on the Breadlines.
22: Eleanor Roosevelt: What Ten Million Women Want.
23: Eleanor Roosevelt on Women and the Vote.
24: The Repatriation of Mexicans and Mexican Americans.
25: The Hurricane of 1932 in Puerto Rico.
26: A New Deal for American Indians.
27: Indians at Work.
28: A Negro in the CCC.
29: Letter Regarding the Needs of Puerto Ricans in New York.
30: Plea from a Scottsboro Boy.
31: Dear Mrs. Roosevelt.
32: Our Jobless Youth: A Warning.
33: What Does American Democracy Mean to Me?.
The Bonus Army.
34: Herbert Hoover to Reed Smoot Regarding the Bonus Loan Bill.
35: Attack on the Bonus Army.
36: Veterans March to Washington.
37: Henry Stimson to Senator Borah Regarding the Nine-Power Treaty.
38: Criticism of the Neutrality Act.
39: Neutrality Act of 1935.
40: Defense of the Neutrality Act.
41: Address Delivered by the Secretary of State.
42: Winston Churchill: “The Lights Are Going Out” in Europe.
43: Winston Churchill: A Hush Over Europe.
44: Charles Lindbergh: Neutrality and War.
Culture, Crime, and More.
45: The National Anthem Established: The Star-Spangled Banner.
46: What I Knew About John Dillinger.
47: The Hindenburg Disaster.
48: From the Federal Writers' Project: Cape Cod Pilot.
49: On The War of the Worlds Radio Broadcast.
50: Lou Gehrig: Farewell to Baseball.