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    Franklin D. Roosevelt was one of most popular Presidents. He was our longest serving President. FDR served four terms in office. He was able to help many Americans in our country that were suffering from the Depression. He came up the two New Deals. The first New Deal was to help get America turned around after the Depression. It came up with the TVA, which helped control water, so damns were built. It also came up with hydroelectric energy to help provide people with power. When the depression…

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    New Deal Programs Americans faced many challenges as the Stock Markets crashed causing The Great Depression, on October 29, 1929, otherwise known as Black Thursday. The Great Depression was a time of many hardships, where many Americans lost money and became unemployed. Throughout this time, President Herbert Hoover was in charge. Hoover did not believe that it was his responsibility to try and fix it, even though many Americans wanted to focus on building America back up. Soon, Franklin…

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    ways to prevent the Great Depression from happening again  a time to develop newer ways and ideas to better the society  FDR’s actions doesn’t seem like it’s better the society, it seems like he’s doing a radical change to it  FDR kept creating new administrations and programs, and passing acts and laws  doing more than bettering the society  he’s changing it Document D: • the government took out money to help relief people and to create more public-works projects so that people can…

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    of the United States issued a series of acts called “the new deal”. The new deal was a series of acts that were made to create jobs for U.S citizens, such as the building of the Hoover dam, the building of many houses and work complexes. But there was one giant down to this deal, for the deal to happen they had to get the money from somewhere so the president, FDR slashed military spending so one question came up, and it was did the new deal help or hurt the U.S during the Great Depression? On…

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    elected as president in 1933 and promised to end this depression. He introduced the New Deal as one of his main policy and aimed the goal of relief, recovery, and reform in the society and the economy. The democrats and the supporters of the New Deal says that it played a significant role in reducing a great number of unemployment and improved women’s right. However critics including the republicans state that the New Deal did not helped America to recover economy. As the controversy…

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    implemented the New Deal in order to provide aid programs to relief, recover, and reform the United States. One such aid program was called the Federal Arts Program, which provided “relief in the form of money to artists who produced works of art such as posters, sculptures, tapestries, and murals for the federal government” (Brown & Shannon 176). Indeed, hundreds of artists painted murals in post offices around the country depicting the community’s everyday lives. In order to advance the New…

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    the depression, the argument on whether The New Deal was successful or not had been questioned. The depression began after the stock market crashed. Basically America had been using money they didn’t have so now many people were in debt, and everything went downhill from there. The one president who really came into office and took action was Franklin D. Roosevelt. The actions he took became known as the New Deal and was quite successful. The New Deal could be considered successful because of…

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    Relief: Relief measures were short-term actions designed to tide people over until the economy recovered. They were especially important in the first years of the new deal. There are two main examples of this relief. The first is relief to homeowners and farmers; the government passed legislation like the Civilian Conservation Corps which gave jobs to people whose houses were foreclosed on. Also there was the Public Works Administration which created emergency federal jobs. Recovery: Roosevelt…

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    Roosevelt saw the suffering of the American people and therefore created his plan to stimulate the economy but most importantly, to bring hope to the people. His plan, the New Deal, lasted from 1933 to 1938. The New Deal consisted of programs that beautified the country and helped bring back jobs. Many of the programs from the New Deal were successful and gave hope that was much…

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    Delano Roosevelt beat Herbert Hoover in a landslide victory across the Southern and Northern states. Roosevelt promised the American people hope in a time of economic disaster; "I pledge you, I pledge myself, to a new deal for the American people." (Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the New Deal-The Library of Congress.) The outcome of this promise included an end to the Great depression and a forever changed America. Unlike his opponent in the election of 1932, Herbert Hoover, Roosevelt believed it…

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