Analyze the responses of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s administration to the problems of the Great Depression. How effective were these responses? How did they change the role of the federal government?
Thesis Statement: During Franklin D. Roosevelt’s presidency, his administration helped and tried to solve the problems of the Great Depression. He caused the government to play a very important role in society and from their help many people responded with their opinion of what they felt about it.
in Document A it discusses about women during the Great Depression •
FDR and his administration helped keep women’s condition very well women didn’t suffered as much as the other people o
“…not many women in the bread line…” they didn’t have to wait in line for food o
“…you don’t see women lying on the floor of the mission…”, “They obviously don’t sleep…under newspaper in the park” women had a better condition than other people, had a better living and didn’t have to sleep elsewhere •
even though the Great Depression caused many women to become jobless, but they still have a better living than others showed that women didn’t suffer much during FDR’s presidency
during the Great Depression, many people pitched in to help out FDR helped better the worker’s working conditions and wages NRA and Section 7(a) of the National Industrial Recovery Act o
“Everyone is sympathetic to the cause of creating of creating more jobs and better wages for labor…” showed that everyone was pitching in to help and create more jobs for people o
“…leading us fast to a condition where the Government must more and more expand its relief activities…” the government is using its money to create more jobs for people government was playing a major role in providing people jobs
some of the people believed that FDR’s actions during the Great Depression was too radical and it was changing America into a whole new nation instead of fixing...
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