Great depression

During the Great Depression, President Roosevelt radically changed the relation of the US government to the
American people by promoting aid, relief, and government intervention in the economy. These changes had
enormous benefits but also came at a huge cost. In a detailed essay, describe the actions of FDR during the
New Deal and argue its successes and/or failures. In your own educated and well-explained opinion, did the
New Deal either go too far in providing aid to Americans or not far enough (make sure to use the provided
sources for specifics)?

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