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"Of Mice and Men" and migrant workers of the 1930s?

"Of Mice and Men" and migrant workers of the 1930s? Topic: Cartoon homework
July 17, 2019 / By Mathew
Question: Homework help please! 1. Describe how the New Deal was supposed to help migrant workers. 2. What major prize did John Steinbeck receive? 3. Are there cartoon characters based on the character George and Lennie from the book "Of Mice and Men?" IF so, what are a couple of examples? 4.What is autism? Explain a few of it's symptoms. Thanks to everyone in advance for answering! Please don't respond and say for me to do my own homework. My teacher said look the answers up online... haha. :) I'm sorry! New at yahoo answers. I thought I put it in homework help? ughh I'm in college don't talk to me like that! People take things more seriously than you think! You're luckily that I have a strong self-esteem because if I were someone else, they could be hurting themselves right now.
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Jimmy Jimmy | 2 days ago
Im pretty sure when she said look them up online, she meant google it or something and actually do the research, not ask for direct answers. Otherwise, she wouldve just gave you the answers herself. Know what I mean? Good luck tho.
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Jimmy Originally Answered: Why is this happening Arizona Migrant Law Could Psychologically Affect Hispanic Teens?
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Jimmy Originally Answered: Why is this happening Arizona Migrant Law Could Psychologically Affect Hispanic Teens?
It's really sad for the children of illegal immigrants who are forced to live a life of crime by their unwanted unwelcome illegal immigrant parents and family members. They should go back home to their native country and teach their children how to be honest trustworthy people who don't mooch of a society just because they can.
Jimmy Originally Answered: Why is this happening Arizona Migrant Law Could Psychologically Affect Hispanic Teens?
Illegal is illegal. The kids parents should have acted better. Don't break the law and you don't suffer the consequences. And yes, the legal term is illegal alien. Everyone should just accept it.
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“If these young people are also undocumented, many of them will begin to lose interest in getting ahead, since their chances are very low of pursuing a university career and if they stop they will not have a career,” said Castañeda. Since they have the highest high school dropout rate of all ethnic groups already, how much worse could it get?

Jimmy Originally Answered: What led to the end of unemployment in the 1930s?
Unemployment did not end in the 1930s, we still have unemployment today. Unemployment has never recovered to pre-Depression levels (between 2% and 3%). All the government has done is adjust the way they calculate the unemployment rate. It's fair to estimate the actual rate of unemployment at about 3% higher than the reported rate. As of today that is 11.1% nationally. What ended the unemployment problem in 1941 was the war machine. The US simply drafted large portions of the working and unemployed population into service and they simply stopped counting them as part of the work force. If spending related to WWII was enough to fix the economy, we would just flatten our cities every couple of years so that we could rebuild them and make new bombs to flatten them again. The idea that diversions of capital to fund WWII, while necessary, caused any sustainable economic growth is a complete falsehood. Because of political forces and processes, government spending is incapable of being allocated as efficiently as private capital. Worse, Government spending constrains private sector activity through excessive, politically motivated regulation and taxation. Government spending artificially inflates and distorts GDP because its effects on behavior related to Consumer Spending, Business Investment, and Exports are severely underestimated. The unwinding of New Deal Era policies allowed the private sector to begin expanding in 1947. Five Myths About the Great Depression: - Herbert Hoover, elected president in 1928, was a doctrinaire, laissez-faire, look-the-other way Republican who clung to the idea that markets were basically self-correcting. - The truth is more illuminating. Far from a free-market idealist, Hoover was an ardent believer in government intervention to support incomes and employment. This is critical to understanding the origins of the Great Depression. Franklin Roosevelt didn't reverse course upon moving into the White House in 1933; he went further down the path that Hoover had blazed over the previous four years. That was the path to disaster. - The stock market crash in October 1929 precipitated the Great Depression. What the crash mainly precipitated was a raft of wrongheaded policies that did major damage to the economy -- beginning with the disastrous retreat into protectionism marked by the passage of the Smoot-Hawley tariff, which passed the House in May 1929 and the Senate in March 1930, and was signed into law by Hoover in June 1930. As prices fell, Smoot-Hawley doubled the effective tariff duties on a wide range of manufactures and agricultural products. It triggered the beggar-thy-neighbor policies of countervailing tariffs that caused the international economy to collapse. Some have argued that the increasing likelihood that the Smoot-Hawley tariff would pass was a major contributing factor to the stock-market collapse in the fall of 1929. - Where the market had failed, the government stepped in to protect ordinary people. Hoover's disastrous agricultural policies involved the know-it-all Hoover acting as his own agriculture secretary and in fact writing the original Agricultural Marketing Act that evolved into Smoot-Hawley. While exports accounted for 7% of U.S. GDP in 1929, trade accounted for about one-third of U.S. farm income. The loss of export markets caused by Smoot-Hawley devastated the agricultural sector. Following in Hoover's footsteps, FDR concentrated on trying to raise farm income by such tactics as setting quotas on production and paying farmers to remove acreage from production -- even though this meant higher prices for hard-pressed consumers and had the effect of both lowering productivity and driving farmers off their land. - Greed caused the stock market to overshoot and then crash. The real culprit here -- as in the housing bubble in our own time -- is the one identified by the economic historian Charles Kindleberger in the classic book "Manias, Panics, and Crashes": a speculative fever induced by excessively easy credit and broken by the inevitable return to more realistic valuations. - Enlightened government pulled the nation out of the worst downturn in its history and came to the rescue of capitalism through rigorous regulation and government oversight. To the contrary, the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations -- in disregarding market signals at every turn -- were jointly responsible for turning a panic into the worst depression of modern times. As late as 1938, after almost a decade of governmental "pump priming," almost one out of five workers remained unemployed. What the government gave with one hand, through increased spending, it took away with the other, through increased taxation. But that was not an even trade-off. As the root cause of a great deal of mismanagement and inefficiency, government was responsible for a lost decade of economic growth.
Jimmy Originally Answered: What led to the end of unemployment in the 1930s?
Modern economic theory indicates that the new deal was too timid and did not spend enough money to restore full employment to an economy with a 25% unemployment rate and there was a second downturn in the 1937 due the cut backs in fiscal and monetary policy. The data from that period is not reliable so the effects are open to dispute, but it is the rapid recovery in all countries, not just the US, when WWII spending started that is the evidence that convinces most economist a fiscal stimulus is effective in reducing unemployment if you spend enough.
Jimmy Originally Answered: What led to the end of unemployment in the 1930s?
The massive surge in industrial production necessitated by World War II...by the way, the unemployment problem did not begin to resolve until the early '40s. Don't let your prior history classes fool you, FDR's New Deal did precious little to solve the crisis; the Tennessee Valley Authority and related projects were (of necessity) too small to really make a true dent in the problems of the time. Only the war ended unemployment.

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