Roosevelt and the Great Depression
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The paper discusses Roosevelt's New Deal banking reform laws, emergency relief programs, work relief programs and agricultural programs that improved the economy of the country. The paper shows how the Great Depression represented a change in the way in which the society was viewed as a whole and it was realized that the economies of the world are interconnected and vulnerable to outside and inside changes.
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