The Influence Of The New Deal

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Before the New Deal, most Americans did not thought of the national government as an agency that acted directly on to their lives; all this changed when 1932 President elect Franklin D. Roosevelt, promised a “New Deal”. This New Deal made people look towards the government in many ways, namely ensuring the health of the nation’s economy, as well as the welfare of its citizens. The Americans believed in him that he could “fix” the Depression more effectively than his Republican opponent, Herbert Hoover. The New Deal
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