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    The Impact of The New Deal In March 2012, it was reported that 4 out of the 15 major U.S Banks wouldn’t survive if there was another recession (Causes of the Great Depression). The Great Depression was the longest and worst economic downfalls that occurred in the United States during the span of ten years, between 1929-1939. When The Great Depression occurred, the United States government had a solution that impacted significantly. The New Deal helped the U.S overcome and solve the…

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    implement the First New Deal program in 1933. The First New Deal was championed by Roosevelt as being based on the “3 R’s” which related to the Recovery of the economy, Relief from the effects of the Great Depression and the Reform of the banking and financial sectors to prevent a further instance of economic meltdown in the United States. In order to achieve these three main goals the Roosevelt administration implemented the series of measures called the First New Deal…

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    and more money. The Great Depression had hit America. Roosevelt had came in to try to get people back on track and more people to trust the economy. The New Deal was made, and it was very controversial. The New Deal had gave long term effects and assisted various people from different groups. Gaining Confidence One of the reasons that the New Deal had benefit us was that it enforced that stock markets and banks to be regulated. Because many people had went to the stocks to receive their income…

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    economic decline in American history. However, it not only affected the U.S. but other countries such as Germany and Great Britain. The president of this time, Franklin D. Roosevelt, created the New Deal to improve the poor economic conditions and give the people of America hope for the future. The New Deal was a series of federal programs that targeted specific areas of people that were most affected by the Great depression. President Roosevelt created fireside chats which allowed him to easily…

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    The unbelievable news was on the radio. You had heard it but you didn’t believe it was true. The stock market had crashed. People were hysterical. The lines at all of the banks were as long as the eye could see. The people living in this time period were just beginning to experience the awful roller coaster their lives would be. In 1929 the Stock Market crashed. which led to the Great Depression. Roosevelt passed the first New Deal in 1933 and it ended in 1935. The Second New Deal started in…

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    The Pros and Cons of the New Deal On October 29, 1929, also known as Black Tuesday, there was a sudden collapse of US stock market prices that was later called the Great Depression. The Great Depression was a great economic crisis that not only affected the United States, but also other countries such as Great Britain,France, and Germany. The Great Depression lasted from 1929-1939, and during this time period there were a series of program created by the administration of at the time President…

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    and Franklin D Roosevelt slowed the stock market crash of the 1929 by providing several reforms. His New Deal transformed the economy and succeeded in stabilizing the country. Some individuals believe the New Deal by FDR failed, their point is not invalid. For instance,” The New Deal did not solve the Depression, things were just as bad in 1938 as 1932. He is also saying, however, that New Deal policies toward labor and the common man averted social unrest and did much to keep America on an…

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    The New Deal was a list of domestic programs executed within the United States between 1933 and 1938. They were laws passed by Congress during the presidency of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1932 Franklin D. Roosevelt, who was then the governor of New York, was nominated as the presidential candidate of the Democratic Party. In his acceptance speech he addressed the problems that we brought on by the Great Depression he told the American people that, He would pledge a new deal for…

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    three "R's" of the New Deal: relief, recovery and reform. The first “R” was relief, this was done by the immediate action taken to halt the economy's deterioration. The following “R” was recovery, which instated temporary programs to restart the flow of consumer demand. The final “R,” reform, enforced permanent programs to avoid another depression and insure citizens against economic disasters. Collectively, the New Deal changed the role of government entirely. Before the New Deal, the…

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    The idea of a New Deal was supported by some people and rejected by others. The Great Depression struck the nation in 1929 and ended in 1939, it was due to economic and social hardships. The stock market crash of 1929 caused high prices leading many people invest in stocks, and take loans from banks. Many banks closed due to the stock market crash on Oct 24, 1929. Farmers lost their farms between 1930 and 1934 because of the destruction caused by the dust bowl. The stock market crash and the…

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