Essay on The Effect of the New Deal on USA

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The Effect of the New Deal on USA

The New Deal was very successful to pull America out of the problems which the Americans were facing. The New Deal seemed to start solving the problem very quickly and the people started to gain confidence again. And with all of the new deal laws money started to go around in the economical system. That's what it has been like in the beginning. But than the new deal system didn't continue to solve any more problems especially as most of the people were still being paid low.

There were a lot of major problems in America at the time. Because of the crash lots of people became unemployed. Up to 5000 banks have been forced to close down because people have borrowed
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The alphabet agencies helped the people by creating work for them. There were alphabet agencies such the AAA, CCC, PWA, FCA and CWA. They created banking policies which took less then 100 days to do. In the 100 days Roosevelt called the US congress into a special session and discussed a series of measures. And they made a job creation scheme so the people were able to build freeways, dams, bridges, roads and public buildings.

The New Deals aims were to help and restore agriculture, industry and to help to get the unemployed people back to work. From about 1933 until 1936 all of the policies were successful. But after a year the government started to spend less money on the project and production fell again. 4 million people were taken away from the bread line and were put into a job. All the people started to work although the wages were very low. The wages were only 1 dollar a day. And within 3 years, 8 million Americans were on a public project. The alphabet agency called the WPA managed to build 116,000 public buildings, 78,000 bridges and 650,000 miles of road. For the short term effects it seemed very good and helped a lot of Americans since they didn't have any work in the first place. In the beginning the Americans were able to live from only one dollar a day. But getting such a low wage for more than a few years was very problematic and didn't work. By the beginning of 1933

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