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Franklin Roosevelt created many federal programs to put young people to work, to help. The main solution to restarting the US economy was a program called "The New Deal."
In his proposal for the New Deal measure. Roosevelt claims to provide relief, recovery, and reform to the nation.
What he meant by these three R's are as follows: 1.) Relief: meaning immediate action taken to halt the economy's deterioration. 2.) Recovery: meaning that Roosevelt will create "Pump- Priming" in the nation through temporary programs to restart the flow of consumer demand. 3.) Reform: meaning that Roosevelt's permanent programs will prevent another depression and insure citizens against economic disasters.
Roosevelt's New Deal actually expanded the powers of the Executive Branch. His programs created a huge beauracracy to execute his plans.
Some of the programs created from his New Deal measure include the Civil Works Administration (CWA) which put a lot of young people to work repairing roads and bridges. This "pumped" money back into the economy to give consumer's spending power.
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Nov 14th, 2015
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