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    workers increased due to these programs in the New Deal. These New Deal programs helped change lives of many, people were able to make a difference on how they were living during the Great Depression and now. Many of these New Deal programs begun when Franklin Roosevelt was elected as president, he decided that he wanted to make a change for his people. Many of these programs are still very helpful today, even if they are still existing or not. The New Deal was a dramatic change after the Great…

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    The New Deal Success or Failure “It is hard to fail, but is worse never to have tried to succeed” Theodore Roosevelt. During the great depression the country pass for one of the worst economic moments in the history, and the president Franklin D. Roosevelt, make the economy work again, with multiple ideas to get out of the bad situation, help the people to have food to eat, this group of ideas is called the new deal. That’s why i think this initiative is a success in the History of our…

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    After a decade of Republican presidents, rose Franklin D. Roosevelt, a Democratic president. The Great Depression had led the United States into wreckage. Even after ten years of the Great Depression, families did not earn enough money for a living in the United States. Each family needed more money than sixty percent of the Americans earned (). In 1932, around two million Americans were homeless, who became wanderers. With them were the victims of starvation and malnutrition. Men lost their…

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    1 The New Deal: America’s Demand to be Heard The great depression left many people without homes, food, jobs, hope, or individuality. The economy had taken a massive down turn following the “Roaring 20’s” and mostly the lower and middle class suffered from it (Davidson 514). The Depression was the result of an overly optimistic view on life and economy. People assumed that the stock market, which was their go-to source of money, would simply grow forever as an endless resource. However, what…

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    The Roosevelt Administration and the New Deal were economically ineffective in overcoming the Great Depression and rebuilding the U. S. economy. As it stated in document two, Congress gave the Public Works Administration 3.3 billion dollars to create jobs and public work projects. The evidence supports that the government wasted 3.3 billion dollars to try and rebuild the United States economy. This example in economically ineffective because the government is now in debt. This corporation…

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    Roosevelt is elected into the presidential office and proposes the innovative and revolutionary New Deal to solve the problems of the Great Depression. The New Deal proposes many programs to transform the role that the government had in its economy. It was often criticized for wasteful spending of government money, but those criticisms pale in comparison to the achievements that were attained . The New Deal was successful, in the form of limited success, in helping America to get back on its…

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    he passed a series of documents called the New Deal. These documents were created in hope to push recovery in America and pull it out of the Great Depression. This New Deal supplied workers with jobs by creating government funded works projects to help better develop the country. Many of these jobs were specifically directed to artists. Before this time never before in history have artists been considered "workers". But because of the New Deal, many new programs were created in hope to promote…

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    his fire side chats. He also end prohibition. FDR came up with a group of ideas to deal with the depression called the New Deal. There were three main objectives to achieve with this New Deal; the first plan was to do something about the banks and give temporary jobs to the jobless, the second was to help the industrial industry, and third to help the farmers out by paying them to producing less. The First New Deal helped the people who lost farm land and homes due to the depression. The…

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    the New Deal will have on society. According to Richard Cavendish, (2008) The Hundred Days included the temporary closure and reorganization of what were left of the nation's banks with a prohibition on exports of gold and silver and all foreign-exchange transactions, the abandonment of the gold standard, the creation of a national emergency relief system and a federal system to enable farmers to remortgage their farms, Harold Ickes, Secretary of the Interior, said 'It's more than a New Deal.…

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    Frances Perkins was the secretary of labor. She helped with the New Deal as well Social security. Someone found Perkins saying that there was no New Deal. This had to deal with the blueprints; she said this before Franklin Roosevelt was even president. This happened on March 4th in 1933. She actually put together this blueprint with some others that were working with him during the time for the new administration. They put together new ideas and tested out things as a team. Some people wanted…

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