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How successful was the New Deal?

How successful was the New Deal?

The New Deal, introduced by F D Roosevelt was to transform America's economy which had been shattered by the Wall Street Crash. The economic downturn that followed the Wall Street Crash also had a major psychological impact on America and that Roosevelt was actually doing something did a great deal to boost America's self-esteem. In Roosevelt's  first Hundred Days many acts were introduced which were to form the basis of the New Deal covering issues which included social, economic and financial reform.

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