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The New Deal Coursework
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Hoover and Roosevelt were two completely different presidents. Hoover was known as a do nothing president and believed that the only way out of the depression was for people to simply work harder as he had done, he encouraged individuality. Roosevelt however was a man of action and was the brains behind the "New Deal" which he set up in order to help America out of the depression. The main four things that Roosevelt hoped to achieve from the "New Deal" were to get people back to work, to protect peoples savings and property and finally to get the American Agricultural industry back on its feet. But were Roosevelt's efforts a success or not?
Roosevelt was an extremely talented and inspiring speaker. "The only thing to fear is fear itself" was just one of the motivating phrases that he spoke of during his "fireside chats". Using the new invention of the radio, which many Americans had, Roosevelt would make speeches telling the Americans what he was doing to help get them out of the depression and reassuring them in order to restore the American people's confidence in the government. Nowadays we are used to seeing this kind of thing
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