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Running head: NEW DEAL 1 New Deal Student’s name Institution’s name NEW DEAL 2 The New Deal Franklin Roosevelt introduced the new deal as an attempt to stabilize the American economy back to its state. He employed Maynard Keynes theory, which based its argument on the role of the government in the supply and demand (Brinkley, 2015). At first, it was considered as just an improvised plan but eventually helped America and brought it back to economic stability. In his plan, to bring the economy back to the stable state, he was not afraid to consider the central government (Brinkley, 2015). Roosevelt at first attempted to save the economy by using the National Recovery Administration but was later considered unconstitutional. This plan helped in solving unfair competition and creation of jobs. Roosevelt kept the idea of creating jobs as a way of boosting the economy and for this re ...
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