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15 April, 14:07

How did Woodrow Wilson's new freedom program address the need to prevent the strong from crushing the weak

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  1. 15 April, 14:18
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    The New Freedom was a presidential campaign developed by Woodrow Wilson in 1912. After his victory, he set up three fundamental pillars, to achieve a limited government, because he thought was necessary. So, aimed to that he pursued:

    Tariff reform: Lowered tariffs. Business reform: Investigate unfair and illegal businesses. Banking reform: Set up a program to finance farmers.

    So, we these actions he wanted to drop some power by the government.
  2. 15 April, 14:24
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    The program attacked the "triple wall of privilege" that big business used to its advantage.
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