BELLWORK 1.Describe the plan proposed by Francis Townshend. Was it successful? 2.Why did Father Coughlin oppose the New Deal? 3.Why did Senator Huey Long.

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BELLWORKDescribe the plan proposed by Francis Townshend. Was it successful?Why did Father Coughlin oppose the New Deal?Why did Senator Huey Long oppose the New Deal? What was his alternative plan?To what extent were Roosevelts policies successful? (Use page 207 provide justifications for both sides!)THINKER: *Think like an American during the GD* With regards to art of the 1930s, which genre do you personally identify with the most realism, critical realism, or escapism? Explain! Causes of the Great Depression in CanadaA made in America depression puts Canada in a kerfuffleGreat Depression moves NorthRead The Great Depression in Canada (pages 208-211) and take notes on the following points using the note worksheet:Political divisions in Canada post-WWIEmergence of new political partiesEconomic boom in 1920sEnd of the boom (factors of an unsound economy)Stock Market Crash in CanadaSigns of an unsound economyThere were six factors that led to the eventual Depression in Canada. These signs of an unsound economy include:OverproductionReliance on Exporting Staple ProductsCanadas Dependence on the U.S.Stock Market CrashInternational Debt post-WWIEconomic Protectionism and TariffsToday, you will be broken into groups and must create a skit based on one of the factors of the unsound economy.The skit needs to clearly present the topic and explain why that factor was such a problem.Canadian Prime Ministers during the Great DepressionWilliam Lyon Mackenzie KingRichard Bedford (R.B.) BennettElection of 1930"I propose that any government of which I am the head will at the first session of parliament initiate whatever action is necessary to that end, or perish in the attempt." - Richard Bennett, June 9, 1930.

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