The Great Depression and New Deal

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The Great Depression and New Deal, Poverty, Despair,  and Hope 02:04 1. Old Attitudes to Government 2. Impact of WWI US as creditor nation 3. Impact of Depression US 1929, Europe 1931-1933 Hoover Reacts Impact on Americans 4. FDR and New Deal Planned Economy Social Welfare 5. Conclusions Expanded Government New Powers of President “Our government is the worst enemy we’ve got.” How did the attitude toward government change? What happened at that spark? What did Roosevelt do? How did bureaucracy evolve? An active government -- Government initiated change instead of reacting to  change, regulator of economy Social Darwinism – Superior move to the top, inferior to the bottom                                       - Government opposes business New Deal brought the momentum for this change.
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