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5 August, 20:14

how did Roosevelt's plan to address the problems of the Great Depresion change the role of the American government

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  1. 5 August, 21:18
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    Roosevelt's plans to fight the Great Depression forever changed the role of American Government in that the New Deal plans were only feasible with a muscular and robust Federal government.

    The United States, as a result, saw a tremendous growth in the size of Government as a result of the New Deal.
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