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The New Deal
Examines the effect of the New Deal on the United States.
# 50198 | 1,516 words | 5 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Mar 30, 2004 in History (U.S. The 1930's - Great Depression)

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The New Deal (1933-1939) is the term used to refer to the program of relief, recovery, and reform that attempted to solve the economic problems created by the economic depression of the 1930's in the United States. The paper shows that the New Deal consisted of a federal action of unprecedented scope to aid industrial recovery, assist victims of the Great Depression, ensure minimum living standards, and prevent future economic crises. In each of its goals, the New Deal was partially successful. This paper discusses how the New Deal worked and how it impacted the United States.

From the Paper:

"Roosevelt wanted to alleviate the burdens of the farmers by any means possible. However, his quick the legislation resulted in overproduction (a major mistake in an economy suffering from under-consumption). Still, the new Deal helped farmers with their debts, developed a process of soil conservation and improved methods of cultivation."

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