Roosevelt's Response to the Great Depression

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This New Deal sparked off one of the most concentrated bursts of legislation in American history. In 1933 Roosevelt took up office in the face of an economic crisis. Massive unemployment had swept the country and a banking sector in crisis. “The New Deal was already in the oven, only half-baked, but it had to be served quickly” it was perhaps for this reason that the barrage of legislation lacked a coherent philosophy and sometimes seemed rather opportunistic in its approach to the problem...
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It did however have some consistent facets, it showed a willingness to expand federal powers in order to achieve its goals, it also had consistent humanitarian objectives as well as a desire to reform certain institutions to prevent a depression on this scale from ever reoccurring. The policies of the New Deal can be broadly split into three categories for simplicity, relief, recovery and reform...
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