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The New Deal Was Not A Success
The Great Depression was one of the most terrible catastrophes in U.S. history, and resulted in the need for government help to pull the nation out of the depression. The New Deal refers to the programs and acts that came about as a response to the Great Depression. However, the New Deal was not successful in removing the country, either economically or socially, out of the Depression. The Agricultural Adjustment Act only resulted in waste of crops and more unemployment, and hurt many more people than it helped. The NRA did not provide enough to really help the working people of America…
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