Author Topic: History Debates [Was President Roosevelt's 'New Deal' a success or a failure?]  (Read 2352 times)

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^Actually, this is kind of a point (if I've understood it right...). It can't have failed that badly if america is still one of (if not the) most powerful countries.

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It was meant to be a tongue in cheek comment referencing the butterfly effect
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I think WWII fixed the economy better than the New Deal did. The war pushed people into manufacturing jobs and stuff got sold to the allied forces.
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