How far was the New Deal successful in ending the Depression in the USA

How far was the New Deal successful in ending the Depression in the USA?

3.1 - How effective was the New Deal?

The New Deal: Successes

  • The New Deal reduced the amount of people unemployed.
  • The banking system and financial institutions were completely reformed, and in some cases operated under the supervision of the federal government – this ended the laissez-faire attitude of American governments towards the economy.
  • The reforms, and Roosevelt’s ‘charm offensive’ had restored confidence in the Amer...

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