Franklin D. Roosevelt
The Great Depression

What did Roosevelt do to relief the depression?


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2010-12-15 21:32:52
2010-12-15 21:32:52

he helped out oher countries during World War 2 with supplies.

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The New Deal was created by Franklin Roosevelt to deal with the Great Depression and provided fro Relief, Recovery and Reform.

Franklin Roosevelt did not get the US out of the great depression he streached out the depression and made it worse. We may be in for a very long depression if Obama tries to do the same things that Roosevelt did. Look how long the Roosevelt depression lasted.

I am not sure what you want to know. The Red Cross is a private relief organization. They are not under control of the President and they decide where to focus their relief efforts.

Civil Rights Under pressure from the NAACP and Eleanor Roosevelt, and other minority leaders, the New Dealers made sure Blacks shared in relief programs.

Roosevelt places a lot of blame on Hoover and his actions (or lack thereof) that lead to the Depression.

The relief measures during the Great Depression helped about one third of the pooulation.

Franklin d roosevelt stoppd the great depression

no, Franklin D. Roosevelt stopped the Great Depression. I can see how you got the two mixed up

Please use proper English.What did Roosevelt do during the Great Depression?Now people might be able to answer it.

depression and relief of anger.

Franklin Delanor Roosevelt is noted for his relief program. The program you are to referring was called the New Deal. The program was "great" in its size and scope. Whether it was great in in the sense of lasting excellence is debatable.

He called for private relief rather than government aid, and this led to the impression that he lacked compassion, which was shown to be untrue as he initiated public relief efforts which were later enlarged in F.D. Roosevelt`s New Deal. He later organised civilian relief efforts in Europe during WWII.

the constitution said roosevelt yelled i like pie

The great depression began a decade after Theodore Roosevelt's death.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was one of America's most prolific presidents. By speaking to Americans on the radio, he made the New Deal understandable, and the New Deal slowly but surely pulled America out of the Great Depression. He used the principles of relief, recovery, and reform to improve the economy. By working for relief, recovery, and reform, FDR helped the poor and improved the economy. -

Herbert Hoover was President when the Great Depression began. Franklin Roosevelt was President when the Depression ended.

He gave money to the government.

He suffered from clinical depression

The depression did end and since Roosevelt was the president when it ended he was given credit for ending it and it made him wildly successful in the 1936 presidential election.

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