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Use the sources and your knowledge of America history explain why there has been so much disagreement in the USA over the effects of the New Deal.

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8) Use the sources and your knowledge of America history explain why there has been so much disagreement in the USA over the effects of the New Deal. The New Deal brought about a lot of disagreement throughout the land of USA as the New Deal affected everyone in different people in different ways. The poorer classes were helped by aid and massive government agencies to help improve the countries state and provide jobs for the unemployed. Farmers benefited from agreements like the AAA, TVA and CCC. ...read more.

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The CWA, PWA and WPA agencies were set up to improve roads, build schools, build railways and many other things for the country. Not only did it help the country but provided jobs for millions of unemployed over the course of several years. Source G supports this by showing how Roosevelt is trying remedies to help 'Uncle Sam' (America) with the agencies. People had different views on this. The poor would have been encouraged by this and seek to join and also have faith in their future. ...read more.

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This was good for farmers as they got more profits and money from the government but bad news for blacks. Source D supports this by showing black people queuing for government relief and pictured not being a part of the 'American Way' and the supposed highest 'standard of living'. All in all people had different views on the New Deal, as it didn't help everyone. Everyone had his or her experiences, benefits and problems with the New Deal and with it comes different opinion. ...read more.

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