Great Depression/Great Recession

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Annotated Bib:, . "The New Deal." WGBH Educational Foundation. n. page. Web. 24 Feb. 2013. <>.

    • Here it basically explains the programs FDR planted what was yielded. It’s to show the different policies of Hoover and FDR. Either the government supports its people, or the people supporting the government. It’s about the programs FDK established, their effects, and how they it influenced a turnaround from the Great Depression. 
    • It’s useful because it gives program names and what they specifically did for the people, the names, and who they affected. PBS is a well known organization that reports unbiased information and has been around for a long time. It’s goal is to report unbiased information to the public.
    • This gives a general overview of the programs that were established during the New Deal and gives me what to basically look up. Since it’s the basics, it hasn’t changed how I view my topic., . "New Deal." A&E Television Networks, LLC. n. page. Web. 24 Feb. 2013. <>.

    • This goes in depth about the programs that the New Deal started. It basically gives quick facts and tips about what the New Deal did. It’s about the New Deal and what FDR was thinking to establish and how each program affected the American people.
    • It gives more detail about what happened during this time and is an unbiased network showing American history. Although this is a source of media, it’s a source of helpful, accurate information too. 
    • I can now research more topics, because this source goes in depth, but not to the point where it’s a whole essay. It doesn’t change how I think about my topic unfortunately. But, this has been extremely helpful because I have somewhere to start.

"The Great Recession, Five Years Later." NPR: . Radio. <>.

    • It’s talking about the anniversary of the recession and how it relates to the Great Depression. Additionally how big institutions have failed the economy and what future generations will look like in the eyes of the economy. 
    • Of course it’s reliable because it’s NPR! NPR is an internationally recognized news source, with a variety of topics and it’s very credible in what it reports. 
    • It goes on the surface of how the negligence of the financial system has created a gap in surplus and how the next generation will have to deal with such conditions. 

Worstall, Tim. "The Great Recession Is Just Like The Great Depression." Forbes. n. page. Print. <>.

    • It talks about the similarities of the Great Depression and the Great Recession. THe author give three different perspectives with different backgrounds, and shows how they all relate.
    • Forbes is well known and I don’t think they would publish something that’s extremely blasphemous. This is straight opinion and fact on both the Great Depression and Great Recession. It’s purpose is to start talking about the future of the recession and 
    • This was extremely helpful because it didn’t just  give the author’s opinion, but he back it up with other professional, experienced people.