FDR's Legacy

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However, FDR soon realized that the job of coordinating all these new programs and getting the information they needed was too much for him and his few assistants to handle. It was for this reason that the Reorganization Act of 1939 was passed. The Reorganization Act of 1939 created the Executive Office of the President (EOP)...
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This new agency gave FDR the full-time staff that he needed. FDR also moved the Bureau of the Budget, now called the Office of Management and Budget, into the EOP. This gave FDR more power and control over the nation's budget as he could now make it more responsive to his wishes. This, combined with the many new programs he implemented greatly increased the president's role as the chief economic planner for the country...
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