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President Franklin D. Roosevelt developed the “New Deal” during the Great Depression. This program had three aspects: relief, recovery and reform. It sought to provide immediate relief for the millions of unemployed. Roosevelt believed the New Deal would aid in recovery and reform in hopes of ending the Great Depression. It is disputed whether or not the New Deal was beneficial.
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The so-called '''New Deal''' was a [[Socialism|socialist]] scheme during the Great Depression by [[Democratic Party|Democrat]] [[President of the United States of America|President]] [[Franklin D. Roosevelt]]. This program had three aspects: relief, recovery and reform. It sought to provide immediate relief for the millions of unemployed. Roosevelt believed the New Deal would aid in recovery and reform in hopes of ending the Great Depression. It is disputed whether or not the New Deal was beneficial.

Revision as of 02:14, 12 April 2007

The so-called New Deal was a socialist scheme during the Great Depression by Democrat President Franklin D. Roosevelt. This program had three aspects: relief, recovery and reform. It sought to provide immediate relief for the millions of unemployed. Roosevelt believed the New Deal would aid in recovery and reform in hopes of ending the Great Depression. It is disputed whether or not the New Deal was beneficial.