New Deal vs. Great Society
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A comparison of the New Deal of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the Great Society of President Lyndon B. Johnson that focuses on the differences between the two programs.
From the Paper:"There is a great temptation among historians to lump Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal together with Lyndon Johnson's Great Society. Indeed, the two programs have some similarities in that they both ultimately sought to provide a social safety-net for the poorest members of American society. However, there are some major differences between the two programs. The New Deal was conceived in response to the most harrowing economic era of our nation's history, the Great Depression, as an attempt to get the United States through this trying period."
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