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Essay heading: Summary On Russell Baker's Growing Up
 
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Relief: relieving people who are suffering immediate needs Recovery: having economy bounce back Reform: look at what went wrong, change bills and laws FDR's vision of government ? willing to try anything, throw out acts if they don't work. Goals of the new deal ? tried basically anything He wanted to? Restore banking system: trust, confidence, (restore federal loans, and federal insurance) Create jobs: public works, war/military ? maybe having a draft, stimulate private employment/private sector (can work two different ways ? either more laissez faire form of gov't meaning giving businesses more freedom OR socialize meaning where you give out land and take away the private sector...
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Relief: relieving people who are suffering immediate needs Recovery: having economy bounce back Reform: look at what went wrong, change bills and laws FDR's vision of government ? willing to try anything, throw out acts if they don't work. Goals of the new deal ? tried basically anything He wanted to? Restore banking system: trust, confidence, (restore federal loans, and federal insurance) Create jobs: public works, war/military ? maybe having a draft, stimulate private employment/private sector (can work two different ways ? either more laissez faire form of gov't meaning giving businesses more freedom OR socialize meaning where you give out land and take away the private sector...
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Summary On Russell Baker's Growing Up
Relief: relieving people who are suffering immediate needs Recovery: having economy bounce back Reform: look at what went wrong, change bills and laws FDR's vision of government ? willing to try anything, throw out acts if they don't work...
2 / 416