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Strategies to End Depression1.How and why did the overall approach employed by the federal government to combat the Depression change between the Hoover and the Roosevelt administration during theFirst New Deal?The approach (by the federal government) to combat the Depression changed from Hoover to Roosevelt through federal administrations and regulations. Hoover mostly used moral tactics, like slogans, and he made little use of governmental power because the only thing he created was the Smoot-Hawley tariff to keep out foreign goods. Roosevelt created many administrations and regulations such as the AAA and theFDIC to physically combat the Depression, rather than to combat the Depression throughineffective morals. The approach changed because Roosevelt probably learned that Hoover’s tax and import plans were only making the Depression worse. (Changed throughfed. Administrations and regulations. Hoover used bad tactics like moral slogans and tariffs, onlymaking Depression worse. Roosevelt made administrations, acts, and regulations like the AAA and the FDIC to actually combat the Depression. Approach changed because Roosevelt