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President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Response To The Great Depression

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The New Deal was President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s response to the great Depression during the 1930’s and the term came about during his campaign for presidency. This changed the way the federal government functions. It was proposed by FDR as the right of the people to make a comfortable living provided by the government. It was passed by Congress to be a set of government programs meant to fix the Great Depression and prevent another depression from occurring. Within the first one hundred days of his Presidency, President Roosevelt passed many pieces of legislation that created jobs, welfare payments, and created the NRA, which is where business leaders and government organizers worked together to establish industry standards of production,

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  • Explains that the new deal was president franklin d. roosevelt's response to the great depression during the 1930s and the term came about during his campaign for presidency.
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