Did The New Deal End The Great Depression

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Many ask, “Did the Deal really end the Great Depression?” The plain and simple answer is no. The New Deal did not ultimately end the Great Depression; that title would go to World War Two. But the question is, did Roosevelt’s New Deal help facilitate the problems during the Great Depression? Many people would say yes, in view that the fact that the New Deal provided millions of people jobs, paychecks, and deposited money into a bank account, many things that would be not possible for Americans in the 1930s. Additionally, the New Deal gave many Americans inspiration and a sense of hope that the federal government is putting an effort to make the American life better.

In general, Roosevelt’s New deal completely restructured the role that the
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