7.02 - Question 1 Evaluate the extent to which New Deal...

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Question 1. Evaluate the extent to which New Deal programs were successful in solving the problems of the Great Depression. The New Deal is a highly debated topic whether it actually brought the United States out financial downfall caused by The Great Depression. In the 1930s the United States faced economic turmoil due to The Great Depression. The Great Depression was caused by bank failure which was catalyzed by The 1929 Stock Market Crash. The Great Depression put the United States into an economic disaster. Then came along FDR who created a bold program to save capitalism and the American democratic system. This new program is known as The New Deal. The New deal worked to relieve, recover, and reform the United States. FDR had implemented many aspects of his New Deal plan to relieve the United States from the economic downfall of the Great Depression. The first form of alleviation was the Civilian Conservation Corps. The CCC provided unskilled manual labor jobs related to the conservation of natural resources owned by the federal government. The CCC was designed to create jobs and relieve families from financial crisis. Another part of the New Deal that relieved the country was the Public Works Administration. The PWA

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