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The New Deal

Depression Years, 1933-40

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Publisher:

Red Globe Press

Pages: 418
Series:

American History in Depth

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Paperback - 9780333289044

01 October 1987

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Ebook - 9781349188482

01 October 1987

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In tackling America's worst depression the New Deal brought the federal government into unprecedented contact with most Americans and shaped the political economy of the contemporary United States. This major new study...

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In tackling America's worst depression the New Deal brought the federal government into unprecedented contact with most Americans and shaped the political economy of the contemporary United States. This major new study incorporates the results of many recent case studies of the New Deal and provides a detailed assessment of the impact of the depression and New Deal programmes on businessmen, industrial workers, farmers and the unemployed. In his thematic analysis of the implementation of particular programmes, rather than in a narrative of policymaking, Dr Badger explains the political and ideological constraints which limited the changes wrought by the New Deal.

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Acknowledgements
Introduction
Depression
America Holidays, Eagles and Deficits: Finance and Industry
Strife and Satisfaction: Labour Parity and Poverty: Agriculture Doles and Work: Welfare Partial Re-alignment: Politics
Conclusion
Bibliographical
Essay
Index.
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