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The New Deal in the US
The New Deal was assumed by most to be totally constitutional, however this might not be the total picture. Some of the legislation passed in the Hundred Days of emergency during 1933 blatantly defied parts of the constitution. In some cases, the President was given authority that was delegated specifically to the legislative branch. Franklin D. Roosevelt had just beat Hoover in a presidential election just under five months before he called the legislature in for a special session. During the next hundred days Roosevelt had the congress at his mercy, boasting his three R's, Relief,…
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