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Carter is noted for his involvement with Habitat for Humanity.

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Jimmy Carter. He's better at building homes than he was at being President. Which might be a better thing anyway

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Lack of trees on the plains forced settlers to adapt. Sod houses were used very frequently. Also, dugout homes were built into the sides of hills for shelter.


By the far largest section of the declaration is a list of grievances against the king what three items do you feel where the worst and why?

He has made Judges dependent on his Will alone for the tenure of their offices, and the amount and payment of their salaries.' This affects judges impartiality. 'For quartering large bodies of armed troops among us.' Colonists were forced to allow soldiers to stay in their homes. 'He has plundered our seas, ravaged our coasts, burnt our towns, and destroyed the lives of our people.' No respect for lives.


'the new deal was not a complete success' explain how far you argee with this?

The New Deal was a great success in that it improved the federal government's role in economic affairs. It was not at all radical, but rather made programs designed for relief, recovery, and reform. The New Deal made many plans to fix the banking system, provide jobs (Civilian Conservation Corps), and provided for welfare (Social Security). The New Deal didn't completely solve the problems that America faced after the depression, however, it did solve a few of the problems, for example unemployment was rapidly reduced during the 1930's, for around 3 million young men under the age of 25, the CCC provided their first experience of work. Some people from the government might not have agreed that the New deal was a success because they may have thought President Roosevelt was trying to do too much and not everything he said he would do succeeded. However, many of the items that were worst off, for example unemployment was targeted and many people were able to stay in jobs. Although, many of the jobs that were given were classed as 'forced labour'. The aim of reform was to try and prevent the Wall Street Crash form 
ever happening again. Reform was to do with Roosevelt's Second New 
Deal. By 1936 over 3.5 million people were employed in various divisions of 
the WPA like the CCC, the NYA and the PWA. These 
Alphabet agencies can be used to show that the New Deal was a success 
as they helped millions of unemployed people find work and also earn 
money to buy food. 
 The main aims of relief were to help the homeless as well as the 
unemployed people in America. Some alphabet agencies that were to do 
with relief were the CWA, the FERA, the HOLC and the CCC. 

The CWA provided work for the unemployed 
like the WPA; the CWA found the unemployed work and paid wages for 
doing it. People working for the CWA built schools, roads and airports 
this was also to do with recovery. I think that this was a successful 
agency because it found homeless and unemployed people work, then paid them, which would help the homeless and unemployed people 
to gain an income so they could buy houses and food. 
 The Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) gave money to help unemployed and homeless people. The Government gave 
each state one dollar for every three the state spent on the relief of 
poverty. This encouraged sates to help the homeless and unemployed 
people living in the state. I also think that this was a successful 
part of the New Deal as it encouraged states to help the homeless and 
unemployed people, this help would then cause the number of homeless 
and unemployed in each state to decrease, as the local governments 
would try to help the homeless and unemployed just to get money from 
the government. 

The Home Owners Loan Corporation (HOLC) used Federal money to pay of 
mortgages so that home owners did not lose their homes. This is also 
another agency that I think was a successful part of the New Deal 
because it stopped even more people from becoming homeless, because 
the government was willing to pay off the loans that people had to pay 
on their homes, therefore this could decrease the number of homeless 
and unemployed people in America In conclusion I think that the New Deal was neither a complete success 
nor a complete failure because it did help many Americans regain jobs 
and wages, but it also failed in some parts because some of the 
alphabet agencies that President Roosevelt created to combat the problem of the 
depression were declared unconstitutional which means they were 'Not 
in keeping with the basic principles or laws set forth in the 
constitution of a state or country, especially the Constitution of the 
United States.'


'the new deal was not a complete success' explain how far you agree with this statement?

The New Deal was a great success in that it improved the federal government's role in economic affairs. It was not at all radical, but rather made programs designed for relief, recovery, and reform. The New Deal made many plans to fix the banking system, provide jobs (Civilian Conservation Corps), and provided for welfare (Social Security). The New Deal didn't completely solve the problems that America faced after the depression, however, it did solve a few of the problems, for example unemployment was rapidly reduced during the 1930's, for around 3 million young men under the age of 25, the CCC provided their first experience of work. Some people from the government might not have agreed that the New deal was a success because they may have thought President Roosevelt was trying to do too much and not everything he said he would do succeeded. However, many of the items that were worst off, for example unemployment was targeted and many people were able to stay in jobs. Although, many of the jobs that were given were classed as ‘forced labour’. The aim of reform was to try and prevent the Wall Street Crash form 
ever happening again. Reform was to do with Roosevelt’s Second New 
Deal. By 1936 over 3.5 million people were employed in various divisions of 
the WPA like the CCC, the NYA and the PWA. These 
Alphabet agencies can be used to show that the New Deal was a success 
as they helped millions of unemployed people find work and also earn 
money to buy food. 
 The main aims of relief were to help the homeless as well as the 
unemployed people in America. Some alphabet agencies that were to do 
with relief were the CWA, the FERA, the HOLC and the CCC. 

The CWA provided work for the unemployed 
like the WPA; the CWA found the unemployed work and paid wages for 
doing it. People working for the CWA built schools, roads and airports 
this was also to do with recovery. I think that this was a successful 
agency because it found homeless and unemployed people work, then paid them, which would help the homeless and unemployed people 
to gain an income so they could buy houses and food. 
 The Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) gave money to help unemployed and homeless people. The Government gave 
each state one dollar for every three the state spent on the relief of 
poverty. This encouraged sates to help the homeless and unemployed 
people living in the state. I also think that this was a successful 
part of the New Deal as it encouraged states to help the homeless and 
unemployed people, this help would then cause the number of homeless 
and unemployed in each state to decrease, as the local governments 
would try to help the homeless and unemployed just to get money from 
the government. 

The Home Owners Loan Corporation (HOLC) used Federal money to pay of 
mortgages so that home owners did not lose their homes. This is also 
another agency that I think was a successful part of the New Deal 
because it stopped even more people from becoming homeless, because 
the government was willing to pay off the loans that people had to pay 
on their homes, therefore this could decrease the number of homeless 
and unemployed people in America In conclusion I think that the New Deal was neither a complete success 
nor a complete failure because it did help many Americans regain jobs 
and wages, but it also failed in some parts because some of the 
alphabet agencies that President Roosevelt created to combat the problem of the 
depression were declared unconstitutional which means they were ‘Not 
in keeping with the basic principles or laws set forth in the 
constitution of a state or country, especially the Constitution of the 
United States.’

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Did Jimmy Carter build homes for the poor?

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How many people were homeless in the Krakatoa eruption?

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What did prairie homesteaders build their homes out of?

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Explain Dr. Barnado to children?

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