Why the New Deal was Kind of a Big Deal

 

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Bibliography

Bailey, Thomas, David Kennedy, and Lizabeth Cohen. The American Pageant. 11th edition. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1998. Print.

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2 thoughts on “Why the New Deal was Kind of a Big Deal

  1. I really liked how you organized the information – Especially putting all the job creating programs together! I also liked how you talked about the New Deal’s relevancy today! I was really aesthetically pleasing and informational. Thumbs up!

  2. I think that the organization makes the information far easier to absorb and understand, you made a amazing, compact, concise and chronological story of the New Deal. I think you had great specificity too, and I think you did a great job on Roosevelt’s initial policies, specifically the gold standard. Also, they way its organized, and your note at the bottom really make it clear that while it may be disputed, Roosevelt’s action and courage was necessary and admirable.

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