Essay heading: Fdr And Hoover: Liberal Or Conservative?

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He followed very conservative speech with liberal qualifiers. For example, he followed a classical-liberal statement such as "Liberalism should be found not striving to spread bureaucracy but striving to set bounds to it," with mitigating statements that contradict any of his rightward speech: "It does not mean that our government is to part with one iota of its national resources without complete protection to the public interest…" and "The very essence of equality of opportunity and of American individualism… demands economic justice as well as political and social justice...
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It is no system of laissez faire…" (Document A) Hoover’s actions were in similar dichotomy. While he mostly opposed welfare in its humanitarian sense, he wholeheartedly embraced it in its economic: his programs pumped millions of dollars into businesses and public works projects, causing large scale interference in the market...
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