__________ was part of a New Deal permanent system of long-term economic security. It established matching grants to states that set up their own systems of workers' compensation, unemployment insurance, and aid to families with dependent children and guaranteed pensions to millions of elderly Americans.
__________was first lady of the United States beginning in 1932. She was in many ways the last great representative of a woman's reform tradition that flourished in the Progressive Era and the most prominent female reformer associated with the New Deal.
__________ led to the development of the Muscle Shoals property along the Tennessee River in the Tennessee Valley. The dams eventually built served many purposes. They controlled flooding in the Tennessee Valley, created reservoirs for irrigation, and provided cheap hydroelectric power. Electricity not only made life more comfortable for millions of farm families, it also made it possible for industry to move into new areas, thus bringing jobs to some of the poorest parts of the country.
__________ was a series of reforms enacted between 1933 and 1938 designed to either cushion the effects of the Great Depression or to bring the United States out of the Great Depression.
__________ was president of the United States during the stock market crash of 1929 and the beginnings of the Great Depression. He came to symbolize the failures of the federal government.