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Annotated Bibliography Bender, Albert M., artist. A Young Mans Opportunity for Work, Play, Study & Health.

. Poster. Chicago: WPA Art project, 1941. From Library of Congress: Posters: WPA Posters This is a picture that was from around the time of the Great Depression. This was when the start of the new deal was. This shows that after the Great Depression they are still having opportunities. This was what the New Deal was all about. In the picture it shows a young man working. It really brings out everything that is in the title. A young man with his opportunities at work, play, and being active. This is a helpful picture because it can take part in the picture slideshow on the New Deal page, where the Great Depression is. It will have a set of pictures that really interprets and shows and describes the Great Depression not only in words but the pictures shown. Geewax, Marilyn. "Did The Great Recession Bring Back The 1930s?" NPR. NPR, 11 July 2013. Web. 03 Mar. 2013. <>. This article talks about the Great Recession and if and how it takes us back to the Great Depression. It really talks about the economic growth and downfalls and what goes into it. Also, what people interpret form the Great Recession and why people think it is so alike the Great Depression. It shows the differences and explains why. Talks about the severeness of one over the other. This is helpful because it helps compare one another and talk about the difference and similarities between each other. It helps inform us about the information and what we can include about The Great Depression and the Great Recession. Kirchhoff, Sue. "How will the $787 billion stimulus package affect you? -" USA TODAY: Latest World and US News - N.p., 17 Feb. 2009. Web. 8 Mar. 2013. <>. This article is goes very in depth about the stimulus package itself, President Barrack Obamas ideas, and what is going to happen and how or what is going to affect you as a citizen. It talks about economy as a whole and how it can and hopefully will end this economic disaster. This article is very informative of different information that is needed to know. This is very helpful because it talks about President Obama and his ideas on what to do to help the economy. It is kind of like his on, New Deal. This helps us compare the two, and see the difference and the similarities. To see what America has learned from its passed mistakes and to see what is similar and what works and what does not. It is also helpful because it informs you on everything that is being done and said.

Klein, Ezra. "Happy 5th birthday, Great Recession! I hope you get hit by a truck.." The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines - The Washington Post. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Feb. 2013. < 2012/11/29/happy-5th-birthday-great-recession-i-hope-you-get-hit-by-a-truck/>.
This article from the Washington Post is about how the Recession was to become starting in 2007, written by Ezra Klein. The article explains how the US tried to bail out the country from a recession with stimulus plans, only to make the recession worse. They have statistics of the US GDP during the rst year of the Recession, of how the US GDP descended.
This source is useful because it explains examples of the stimulus plans that tried to bail the country, and the how and why the US GDP dropped. The main point is to explain how this is Recession. Plus, this source is a popular newspaper, so its dependable. Knowing that the Recession has been over and see past data and examples it will really help us look it as a whole and really compare. Lange, Dorothea, photographer. Relief client Near Oil City, Oklahoma. Photograph. Washington, DC: Ofce of War Information, 1936. From Library of Congress: America from the Great Depression to World War II: Black-and-White Photographs from the FSA-OWI, 1935-1945. This is another picture of a man at work. It really shows commitment and hard work with in himself. This picture express that dedication people had during the Great Depression and what they learned from and what they got out of it. Although it may have taken a little while later on they started getting jobs and because more and more successful. This really shows everyones emotions and feelings in this picture. This is helpful because it partakes in the slideshow for the Great Depression. To not only explain in words what happened, but to show in pictures. Neumark , David . "FRBSF Economic Letter: Job Creation Policies and the Great Recession (2012-08, 3/19/2012)."The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco: Economic Research, Educational Resources, Community Development, Consumerand Banking Information. N.p., 19 Mar. 2012. Web. 1 Mar. 2013. < el2012-08.html>.
This website explains the government response to the Great Recession in detail. There were policies created in order to x the economy. A little further down the article explains the theories behind these policies were intended to be, and then explains the realities that came to be after some time they had been instated. The article goes on to explain how the government short term plan to x to economy backred on them. Short term policies showed to be ineffective.
This source is useful because it tells us a few policies during the Recession, and their intended purposes to end it. However, it is explained that these policies couldnt do much for the country due to their theories and realities being a complete difference.

Pethokoukis, James . "Obama didnt end the Great Recession that Bush didnt cause | AEIdeas." AEIdeas | The public policy blog of the American Enterprise Institute. N.p., 6 Nov. 2012. Web. 1 Mar. 2013. <>.
In this website, it talks about how Bushs plans actually xed the country from the Great Recession instead of Obamas plans. Instead, it says that Bush never started the Recession. The source shows a bit evidence of how this can be true. The article goes on explaining the Recession that once again, it was the Federal Reserve that caused the Great Recession, just like how it failed during the Great Depression. After that, the article says that Obamas $800 billion dollar stimulus plan didnt x the economy, it recovered by itself.
This site can useful due to the explanations and details given throughout the source of how the Recession came to an end and what started it to begin with. It is also a good website so its known to be reliable and really give good and informative information on the Recession and what caused and did not cause it. Sheer, Benjamin, artist. Better Housing: The Solution to Infant Mortality in the Slums. Poster. New York: Federal Art Project, 1936. From Library of Congress: Posters: WPA Posters Describes the housing situation during the Great Depression a picture. It explains the name, The infant Mortality in the slums. Really the low area yet thats what everyones area looked like due to so much unemployment and no opportunities or growth for anyone. This is helpful because of the slideshow that will be shown, and for people to really get an image of what it was like. Smith, Scott . "The Great Recession, Five Years Later : NPR." NPR : National Public Radio : News & Analysis, World, US, Music & Arts : NPR. N.p., 8 Dec. 2012. Web. 26 Feb. 2013. <>.
This source from NPR is a discussion of how America fell into the Great Recession. It has the audio of the conversation if people want listen. Scott Smith, the host talked with Michael Lewis, author of "The Big Short." He covered in almost every way how the US fell into the second worst economic crisis in history. In the conversation, Scott and Michael talk about the factors of the Recession and what how these factors can impact the future of next generation.
The source is useful because it explains some factors of how the Recession came to be. Plus its NPR, so its government certied. Zandi, Mark. "How the Great Recession Was Brought to an End." N.p., 27 July 2010. Web. 28 Feb. 2013. <>.

This website really talks about how the Governments response to this, "Great Recession" was very aggressive and used very many policies. It also includes how The Great Recession was brought to an end. Along with tables that show credit of different people collectively,debt, no policy response and much more. This will be very helpful as a website because it includes facts such as the tables of information. It also goes into a lot of detail of why The Great Recession and how and why it ended.

"American Experience: TV's Most-watched History Series." PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 03 Mar. 2013. <>. This website has a timeline of major events that occurred during The Great Depression. This helps because there can be the main events and points to focus on. Along with a timeline it has a lot of primary sources. Below are a list of different citations of primary sources that are pictures. These pictures are useful for being in our presentation of a project along with understanding them and learning of why they existed. It helps us learn more about the great depression. "Federal Policy and the Great Recession | Policy | The State of Working Washington 2011." The State of Working Washington. Economic Opportunity Institute, n.d. Web. 28 Feb. 2013. <>. In this website it really talks about the unemployment and the relation to, The Great Recession. It all ties into the Federal Policy. This website includes the Federal Policy and talks about the poor policy it is, which is why we became in the Recession we were in not too many years ago. Luckily there was federal response and it was a lot better than it was in 2001 in 2008 and 2009 to help us start getting out of the Recession. This is a useful source because it does not just talk about one thing. It talks about the federal policy and it tying into one another. This will help get an understanding on more things that happened, occurred, caused, and effected the Great Recession. | PBS."PBS: "The New Deal .Surviving the Dust Bowl . WGBH American Experience
Public Broadcasting Service. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Feb. 2013. < americanexperience/features/general-article/dustbowl-new-deal/>.
This source from PBS gives a basic summarization about the New Deal. It gives examples of what the actions happened when the New Deal started and a few examples of programs that happened because of the New Deal. The causes and effects of the construction of these programs are explained as well.
It is a useful source because for one, its PBS. PBS is a site to be trusted since it is technically backed by the government. Two, it explains different programs of New Deal and what their intended purpose was to bring America back up on its feet.

"New Deal Articles, Video, Pictures and Facts." History Made Every Day American & World History. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Feb. 2013. <http://>.
This source from History tells us about the Great Depression. Like PBS, this source explains very much about the New Deal. It explains the events that led up to the Great Depression and to the New Deal.
It is a useful source because unlike the last source, it gives more detail about the New Deal and its programs during the New Deal plus explains before the Depression hit. It explains a few more events than PBS. The few details more help out with clarifying a few things about the New Deal. So like PBS, The goal is to learn about the New Deal and its events,ideas, and programs that would bring America back up.