The New Deal: Hope for the Nation

Cheryl Edwards [ $6.95 ]

When Franklin D. Roosevelt became President in March of 1933, the nation was near the depths of the Great depression and highly demoralized. Under this leadership the "New Deal" quickly began to take shape. It constituted a series of programs which, together, gave the federal government a more substantial role in helping the nation's economy return to and then stay on a steady and prosperous course. Through selections of primary source documents this book introduce s this major landmark in American History. 7.5"x5.25" 67p. Part of the Perspectives on History series.

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