Lifelong Learning | The Great Crash of 1929 and the New Deal
FellowshipLIFE has partnered with Fairleigh Dickson University to bring you a unique opportunity for intellectual growth and enrichment. Our Lifelong Learning program will bring world class academics to teach stand alone courses on various topics.
This weeks lecture on “The Great Crash of 1929 and the Making of the New Deal”, will be given by Prof. Gary Darden. This lecture will cover the crash of the US stock market in OCt1929 which triggered both a domestic and global depressions that profoundly shaped the 1930s. Its chief domestic consequence was to unleash public support for dramatic political change in the 1932 election. FDR’s landslide enabled the Democratic Party to pass a battery of reforms that once seemed radical and impossible. It dramatically altered the relationship between business and the federal government.
Not able to make this weeks lecture? Fellowship Village will be hosting lectures through December. Check out our events page for more options!
Advanced registration is required. Please RSVP by registering online.
The program is offered as a complimentary service to Fellowship Village community residents.
Non-residents living in the greater community are welcome to register for $25 per person, per lecture.
Please note Lecture fee is nonrefundable and nontransferable.