Exam[ edit ] The AP U. History exam lasts 3 hours and 15 minutes and consists of two sections; additionally, each section is divided into two parts. Section I, part A includes 55 multiple choice questions with each question containing four choices. The multiple choice questions cover American History from just before European contact with Native Americans to the present day.
FDR and his administration responded to the crisis by executing policies that would successfully address reform, relief, and, unsuccessfully, recovery. FDR created the Emergency Banking Act that shut down all banks across the US and only allowed them to reopen upon government inspection.
This proved effective as Americans began to restore their trust in the banking system.
In Document G, John L. The Wagner Act addressed the concerns of workers over their rights as union members and ability to collectively bargain.
The act proved effective as labor unrest began to dwindle. Document E shows another instance of reform provided by FDR and his administration: In response to Townsend and his followers, FDR created the Social Security Act which gave pensions to old-age workers, along with many other benefits to citizens.
The effectiveness of Social Security was only satisfactory, as it failed to help farmers and domestic workers. Yet, it implanted hope into millions of Americans for the well-being of their future and the capitalist system. Unemployment rates were high and poverty was widespread.
Document A shows how poor women, and also men, were barely assisted by the government. Urban unemployment represented a big problem in the US. To solve the unemployment issue, FDR implemented the CWA, which gave jobs to many people to build or repair roads, buildings, and other structures.
This was very effective because it not only dealt with the problem of unemployment, but it also improved the deteriorating parts of the country. Unfortunately, public works programs like these greatly increased the national debt, as well.
The CCC functioned in the same way, providing millions of jobs to unemployed workers for maintaining and restoring the environment.
The Federal Emergency Relief Program revitalized local relief programs by giving them funding. All of these programs were in the First New Deal and according to Document J, the New First Deal dropped unemployment about twenty-five percent from 12, unemployed to 7, unemployed, thus proving the effectiveness of these relief programs.
The creation of such programs also expanded the role of government by demonstrating that the government could have a large bureaucracy. The AAA attempted to increase farm prices by paying farmers not to overproduce, thus keeping the prices stable.
But millions of Americans were still starving, so it made more sense to the public to give the surplus of food to the starving Americans. The AAA was deemed unconstitutional because it expanded the power of government too much.
The judiciary reacted and shut down both NIRA and the AAA because they not only proved impractical, but also tried to greatly expand the role of the government.Burton—APUSH—Syllabus—Page 1 AP United States History (APUSH) Course Syllabus Instructor David C.
Burton, Southmoore High School Social Studies Department, Classroom N B) Frontier settlers tended to champion expansion efforts, while American Indian resistance led to a sequence of wars and federal efforts to control and relocate American Indian populations.
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