HST 203 Week 9a - HST203Week9 15/03/201113:36:00...

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HST 203 Week 9 15/03/2011 13:36:00 Reference statistics chart. Notice that in the years leading up to the war the federal expenditures  increases dramatically and unemployment goes down to almost nothing Federal Spending, 1946-2009 No matter D or R, the spending goes up every year no matter what. From 55 billion in 1946 to 2.9 trillion in 2009 The New Deal The name comes from FDR’s acceptance speech at 1932 Democratic  National Convention main goal was to end the Great Depression love it or hate it, the new deal was the most important period of state of  development in the 20 th  c. new deal was not a socialist program, but it was a radical advancement and  redefinintion of the federal government’s role in virtually all parts of American  life. Presidential Elections 1928 – last republican candidate for like 35 years 1932 – Roosevelt elected (D) by substantial numbers 1936 – again, higher numbers 1940 – again 1944 – again, still substantially ^ electoral numbers
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HST 203 Week 9a - HST203Week9 15/03/201113:36:00...

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