How did the Second New Deal and the CIO address workers needs in the mid-1930s and what were the political outcomes of this alliance between the Democratic Party and the industrial union movement?

Directions for the EssayRead/Research: Dubofsky and Dulles, Labor in America: A History chapters 13-16 and 17 and “Protecting Workers by Supporting Unions: National Labor Relations Act, 1935, Wagner Act,” in Mario R. DiNunzio, Documents Decoded: The Great Depression and New Deal, pp. 191-196Write: How did the Second New Dealand the CIO address workers needs in the mid-1930s and what were thepolitical outcomes of this alliance between the Democratic Party and theindustrial union movement? Use many in-text citations with page numbers from sources to support the essay writting.Discussthe response of the Second New Deal after 1935- using source Melvyn Dubofskyand Foster Rhea Dulles. Labor in America: A History. (Malden,Massachusetts: Wiley and Blackwell, 2010). ISBN: 9780882952734 (pp251-263)Discussthe ways the labor movement responded differently after 1935 (theadvent of the Congress of Industrial Organizations or CIO)Discussthe political meaning of the alliance between Roosevelt and theDemocratic Party and the new union movement/industrial working classes.See attached document for assignment details, essay introduction, and outline.
Use the following sources as the basis of the essayMelvyn Dubofsky and Foster Rhea Dulles. Labor inAmerica: A History. (Malden, Massachusetts: Wiley and Blackwell, 2010).ISBN: 9780882952734 chapters 13-16 and 17“Protecting Workers by Supporting Unions: National LaborRelations Act, 1935, Wagner Act,” in Mario R. DiNunzio, DocumentsDecoded: The Great Depression and New Deal, pp. 191-196