Mobilizing for World War 2 did more to rectify the Great Depression than all of the programs in effect in the late 1930s and early 1940s.
The years of the Great Depression were a time of great change in American
society. New reforms were an attempt by President Franklin Roosevelt to relieve
unemployment, poverty and alter the economy to bring the Great Depression to an end.
However, it was not until the 1940's after America's involvement in World War II
that the effects of the depression ended. While these new policies did help to prevent the
economic crisis from becoming any worse, it was America's entry into World War II that
restored the country's economy.
The reform movements did not end the Great Depression in th…
- Gustavs Eifelis un Eifeļa tornis
- Mobilizing for World War 2 did more to rectify the Great Depression than all of the programs in effect in the late 1930s and early 1940s.
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