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During the 1930s the new deal legislation was proposed by president Franklin Roosevelt to bring the united states out of the great depression?


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2014-10-19 11:12:06
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Yes, President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal, proposed in 1933, was a series of programs that were intended to help the country recover from the devastation created by the Great Depression. It included things such as jobs programs and emergency relief programs.

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