We a socialistic system of governance emerging with President Roosevelt trying to protect the poor from the rich so as to bring out a balance in the country’s economy. Lastly, thanks to the New Deal, reforms started to emerge as the projects and programs became very popular with ordinary citizens. The lives of many were improved, the unemployed got employment. Their work was protected by the labor unions which now had legal protection to protect their welfares. The rural folks now had access to modern comforts like electricity, the poor had living wages provided for them, with the farmers getting price stability for their produce which encouraged them to work hard and push the country forward. In conclusion, as much as the New Deal did not help in the in dealing with the consequences of the Great depression with its economic initiatives which were on a short term basis with no long term plan, from the above we see the impact it played in helping the country back to its feet. A country that was crushing due to hard economic times, people starving, the unemployment crisis, etc. could now the see light at the end of the tunnel. The New Deal was a success.
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