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History for the IB Diploma Paper 3 The Great Depression and the Americas (mid 1920s-1939) with Digital Access (2 Years)
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Chapter 1. Introduction; Chapter 2. Political and economic causes of the Great Depression in the Americas: 2.1. What were the political and economic causes of the Great Depression in the US?; 2.2. What was the Wall Street Crash and why was it so important?; 2.3. Who was most responsible for the Great Depression?; 2.4. What were the political and economic causes of the Great Depression in Latin America?; 2.5. What were the political and economic causes of the Great Depression in Canada? Chapter 3. The US and the First New Deal: 3.1. What was the impact of the Great Depression on the United States?; 3.2. How effectively did Hoover deal with the problems caused by the Depression?; 3.3. How effective was the first New Deal in solving the problems caused by the Depression?; 3.4. What was the significance of the first One Hundred Days?; Chapter 4. Opposition, criticism and the Second and Third New Deals: 4.1. Why was there opposition to the New Deals?; 4.2. Who opposed the New Deals?; 4.3. Did the New Deal benefit everyone?; 4.4. What was the impact of the criticism?; 4.5. How successful were the Second New Deal?; 4.6. Was there a Third New Deal?; Chapter 5. The nature and efficacy of solutions in Canada: the ministries of Mackenzie King and R. B. Bennett 1929-39: 5.1. What was the impact of the Great Depression on Canada?; 5.2. Why did Mackenzie King and the Liberals lose the 1930 election?; 5.3. How successfully did the Conservative government of R. B. Bennett deal with the problems caused by the Depression?; 5.4. How successfully were provincial responses to the problems caused by the Depression?; 5.5. How far did the Mackenzie King government of 1935 solve the problems caused the Depression?; Chapter 6. Latin America's response to the Depression: 6.1. What was the economic situation in Latin America by 1930?; 6.2. How and with what success did Vargas attempt to deal with the effects of the Great Depression in Brazil?; 6.3. What was Import Substitution Industrialisation and how successful was it?; Chapter 7. The impact of the Great Depression on US society: African-Americans, women and minorities: 7.1. What was the position of African-Americans and other minority groups in the US in the late 1920s?; 7.2. What was the impact of the Depression on African-Americans and other minority groups within the US?; 7.3. To what extent did the Depression change the position of women in the USA?; Chapter 8. The Great Depression and the arts in the US: 8.1. How did the Depression influence the development of photography?; 8.2. How did the Depression influence the development of the film industry?; 8.3. How were literature and drama affected by the Depression?; 8.4. How did the Depression influence the development of the radio industry?; Chapter 9. Exam practice; Further Reading; Index.

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Comprehensive books to support study of History for the IB Diploma Paper 3, revised for first assessment in 2017.

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