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How did Roosevelt solve the problems of the depression?
Franklin Delano Roosevelt solved the problems of the depression by starting many "alphabet soup" problems such as
But keep in mind that it wasn't FDR that ended the depression - it was WWI because wartime production gave many people (especially women) jobs.
- The CCC (Civil Conservation Corps) helped young men and nature by paying young men (about 18 to 31 years) to conserve nature
- The SSA (Social Security Administration) helped old people and disabled by taking some money out of their salary until they could work no longer
- The WPA (Works Progress Administration) helped many different people by finding and making jobs for them
But keep in mind that it wasn't FDR that ended the depression - it was WWI because wartime production gave many people (especially women) jobs.
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Answer To solve freezing point depression problems, you need to know the following things: -- the identity of the solute (the thing you are adding to t…he liquid) -- the identity of the solvent (the liquid) -- whether the solute is molecular or ionic, and if ionic, how many ions it forms -- the amount of solute (in grams or moles) -- the amount of solvent (in kilograms) -- the value of Kf of the solvent (for water, it is -1.858 K·kg/mol (or -1.858 °C molal-1) Then you use the following equation: ∆T = i * Kf * m where ∆T is the change in the freezing point, "i" is the number of molecules or ions formed upon addition to the solvent, Kf is the freezing point depression constant, and "m" is the molality of the solution. The Kf of water for a freezing point depression is known and is equal to -1.858 °C·kg/mol (or -1.858 °C molal-1) The value of "i" has to do with what you add to the water. If you added sugar, a molecular compound the value of "i" is 1.0. If you add a ionic compound like NaCl, the value of "i" is 2.0 because for every 1 molecule of NaCl, you make 2 ions: one Na+ and one Cl- in water. For MgCl2, the value of "i" is thus 3.0 (for each MgCl2 you get one Mg2+ and two Cl- ions, so a total of 3 ions). To find "m," the molality of a solution you need to know the number of moles of solute and the number of kilograms of solvent (m = moles/kg). If you are given the number of grams of solute, the number of moles is found from the mass and the molar mass of the solute. grams of solute ÷ molar mass of solute = moles of solute To find the molality, just divide the moles of solute by the kilograms of solvent moles of solute ÷ kilograms solvent = molality Note: If you are given the volume of the solvent instead of the mass, use the density of the solvent to convert -- the density of water is 1 kilogram per liter) Liters of solvent * density of solvent = kilograms of solvent Now just plug all the numbers into the equation at the top of the answer!
He made programs for people to live by
he created the "new deal"
The New Deal was a complex economic package that Roosevlet jumpstarted shortly after the depression in the mid 1930's. Historians refer to it as "the 3R's": Relief, Reform, a…nd and Recovery. There were two waves of the New Deal. The first New Deal launched in March of 33, and it mainly focused on such groups as farming, railroads, industry, farming etc. It also dealt with bank reform, work relief programs, agircultural programs, among other things. The second New Deal launched sometime between 34 and 35, and this included something called the Wagner Act, which promoted labor unions. Probably what many consider to be the most important thing about the new deal was the Social Security Act, something that to this day still benefits our country's retired folk. Some other programs that still exist to this day are Fannie Mae and Securities and Exchange Commission.
Because the official of the government believe In the myth of free market economy is being manage with the regulations of law, meaning the only people who can ma…nage businesses, governmental offices are the rich one, the powerful. Even though they know that they are wrong they will still manage their companies according to what they like, they never allowed the peasants or ordinary people have the rights to say their opinions.
The Grat Depression, from 1781 - 1789, was caused by a surge in barley prices, making it very difficult for the Polish peasants, or "Grats", to eat. This lead to widespread de…pression amongst the Grats, leading to a tragic number of suicides. Modern estimates have placed numbers as high as 15,000. The New Deal was an attempt by Catherine the Great, then the Czarina, to ease their suffering by limiting barley prices. However, this merely put many poor barely merchants out of buisness, worsening the problem. The Grat Depression was eventually ended with the French Revolution, in which many French refugees moved to Poland and worked for very low wages, making barely far more affordable to produce. Unless of course you meant the Great Depression, which was caused by buying on speculation in the United States. Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal was an economic plan to stimulate spending in the economy through massive government spending. By giving work and money to many unemployed and poor Americans, it would make it possible for them to buy more goods, thus allowing the producers of those goods to spend more etc. The final contribution of the New Deal, however, is debatable in comparison to the War.
Yes it did. But years later Roosevelt tried to stop spending so much money from the government so he cut some programs back. But the economy crashed again almost just as bad a…s it did in 1929.
The major accomplishment of the New Deal was to ease the economic hardships felt by most during the Great Depression. This preserved confidence in the American institutions an…d averted any attempts to radically change our basic economic and political structure. The relief measures of the New Deal did put people to work. But the New Deal failed in its attempt to achieve a complete economic recovery. The recession of 1937 was proof that the New Dealers had not unlocked the secrets of maintaining economic prosperity during peacetime.
FDR tried a number of things to end the Depression. He was willing to try just about anything. This was a radical departure from all previous presidents. Up until FDR people i…n general believed the government ought to keep out of economic affairs. Previous depressions (usually called "panics") had eventually resolved themselves through the natural operation of the business cycle. Probably two of the most effective things FDR created were the Works Progress Administration and the Civilian Conservation Corps. Both of these gave people jobs - real jobs, doing real things. Unemployment was 25% of the work force when FDR took office. In that era few women worked outside the home, so just about every person counted in this number was a man, most of whom had families to feed, clothe and house. Both the WPA and the CCC put men to work on all sorts of public projects. In my area of the country, for instance, the WPA built a City Auditorium and the CCC built the Blue Ridge Parkway. Roads, bridges, airports, and numerous other types of projects were funded through these programs. When FDR took office one of the first things he did was to declare a "bank holiday". All banks in the country closed for weeks, until bank examiners could check their books and see that they were solvent. People had lost confidence in all banks, and all depositors would rush to the bank trying to withdraw their money. The banks would pay out until they ran out of cash, then close, with people at the back of the line getting nothing. This was called a "run on the bank". My grandfather had just put his paycheck in the bank on Friday, and the next Monday morning there was a run on his bank which closed, never to reopen. Years later, after the bank's bankruptcy case dragged through the courts, he finally got ten cents on the dollar for the money he had in the bank. FDR created the FDIC - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. This insured bank depositors that the Federal government would insure their money in the bank, so if the bank failed, the government would pay back the money they had in the bank. This made people confident enough to put money in banks again. FDR also had Congress pass the Glass-Steagall Banking Act. This regulated the types of things banks could do. Republicans hated FDR at the time, and have since, and have tried to undo everything FDR did. The Republican controlled Congress in the late 1990s finally repealed the Glass-Steagall Act, which allowed banks to run rampant, and led DIRECTLY to the current financial crisis. FDR created the Securities and Exchange Commission to regulate the stock market. Low margin requirements had led directly to the stock market crash of 1929. FDR's new SEC raised margin requirements to where they remain today, and we have not had another crash like the one of 1929. Through the Department of Agriculture FDR set up a system of crop subsidies. This established a bottom price a farmer could get for his crops. Up to that time in history, most Americans were farmers. In 1900 90% of the people of the US were rural, mostly farmers. In good years they grew good crops, but so did everybody else, and the price was low, because there was plenty. In bad years they grew little or nothing, and the price was high, but they had little or nothing to sell. This meant a continuing cycle of very, very hard times on the farm. FDR's crop subsidies insured that a farmer could at least make enough to live on from his work. Again, the Republican Congress of the 1990s largely did away with the crop subsidy program, and replaced it with something they called "Freedom to Farm", which again allows farmers to go broke, no matter how hard they work. FDR also obtained from Congress the Social Security Administration. This has been one of the most important things he did. This gave a monthly check to old and disabled people, who, before, if they had not worked at a job which gave them a pension, had no money at all and had to get along the best they could. One of the worst things FDR did was to take the US off the gold standard. Now, the "experts" act like you're an idiot when you get to talking about the gold standard, like they ought to come catch you with a butterfly net. But, the fact remains, that when the value of the dollar was directly related to gold, this kept the politicians in Congress from ruining the value of the dollar. A dollar in 1930 was worth the same as it was in 1800. It was a day's pay for an adult man, and on that, he could have a home and support a family. New cars cost a few hundred dollars and houses only a few thousand. Since FDR took the nation off the gold standard, for every year but two, I think, since 1933, Congress has spent more money than the government has. They make up the difference by creating money out of thin air ("the deficit"). This puts more dollars out there to represent the same amount of wealth, WHICH MAKES EACH AND EVERY DOLLAR WORTH LESS. If you do this every year, soon the dollar becomes worth much less than it used to be, which is exactly what has happened. This amounts to a hidden tax on anybody who has any of these dollars - basically every person in the country. Politicians LOVE this state of affairs because it lets them spend money so they can get reelected and keep their snouts in the public trough, and to hell with the people and their pitiful little savings. You're an idiot to put money in a savings account at the bank, because the bank is paying a little bit of piddly interest but the government is RELENTLESSLY making each of these dollars worth less. If you put money in the bank and don't touch it for thirty years , you will be LUCKY if it has the same buying power after thirty years as when you put it away. People used to understand this, those who were old enough to remember how things used to be. When something was good, solid, reliable, you could count on it, an old saying was that it was "sound as a dollar". A dollar today is worth maybe 1/100th what is was in 1930, the cumulative effect of the last eighty years of Congressional irresponsibility. At the time FDR did this it allowed him to spend money the government did not have to "prime the pump" and get the economy moving again. Fund all these programs, like the WPA, CCC and Social Security. Perhaps he believed that once the crisis had passed, Congress would be responsible and NOT spend money it did not have. The history of all governments in all countries in all times is that people will not do this. If you do not FORCE those in control of the money to live within their means, by tying the value of the money to some recognizable standard, such as gold, they will print the stuff until it becomes worthless, just like we have done. All of the things FDR did helped some, but none of them truly ended the Depression. The real end did not come until WWII forced even more massive spending and created millions of new jobs in defense plants, building things for the war effort.
Not in all cases. Some actually need the help of medications because of the chemical imbalances in the brain.
he helped by giving food to the poor and helping lots of people because that's what a good president would do so he is a good president if you go to jokes.com there is good pr…esident jokes if you type in www.jokes/president.com
He helped negotiated with the Russo-Japanese War.
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The "Three R's" became the symbol of how the administration of FDR and the measures of the New Deal would, hopefully, get the nation on an economic path to recovery. The first… thing that had to be done was provide "relief" to the people suffering unemployment and unable provide for themselves and/or their families. Once relief was underway, "recovery" from the crash of the economy would be attempted. Programs would be created to provide work and get the private sector of the economy back on its feet. Finally, "reform" of those things that caused the Depression would be undertaken by studying what went wrong and passing laws to prevent such things happening again. Example of a form of reform would be the SEC.
Yes. Unemployment rates dropped from 24.9% in 1932 to roughly 20% by 1936
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the aaa gave cash benefits to farmers to help them get out of debt. hope that helps