Why did some people oppose the new dea
While the New Deal programs were generally popular with the majority of Americans, most of the Republicans in congress opposed them. Some of their opposition was political-- President Roosevelt was a Democrat, and traditionally, politicians oppose many of the policies of the opposing party. Many of the Republicans who opposed the New Deal believed it was too expensive to implement, and that it would result in an expansion of government.
Because in Congress, a new conservative coalition had arisen out of opposition to New Deal liberalism and FDR's internationalism.
The New Deal helped them get out of the great depression that they were in.
They opposed the New Deal because of the huge costs that were needed for the New Deal, the tax payers had to pay a lot more, and the disappearance of Laissez Faire.
Because they thought that it would increase the debt
The supreme court opposed the New Deal, because there were nine members in total, and seven were Republicans. The Republicans did not agree with President Roosevelt's New Deal laws.
Answer this question…By speaking to Americans on the radio, he made the New Deal understandable
To oppose Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal
The New Deal was fair to Americans at a time when many needed help badly. Whether it was fair to ALL Americans could be a matter of opinion.
Huey Long wanted to win the presidency for himself
Programs like the CCC preferred white people over African Americans
It provided jobs for Americans.
FDR won a landslide victory on the strength of The New Deal.
New England killed the native Americans
helped to restore some reservation lands to tribal ownership.
they believed it made government too powerful
The americans thought that the new government was too powerful.... and others thought it didn't help much... The farmers also had some help in the New Deal...
They said it was going too far doing alot of things too muchand they spent alot of money on New Deal
to oppose the New Deal of Franklin D. Roosevelt
The New Deal affected most people in the United States such as:- Farmers- unemployed workers,and workers who belonged to unions....- business groups- young workers- students, teachers, artists, writers, musicians....- Native Americans- Afro-Americans- Women- Some Mexican-Americans- And the poor, and needy.....
"The new deal did not end the depression but it did lessen the financial hardships of many Americans."The pronoun 'it' takes the place of the noun antecedent 'new deal' in the second part of the sentence.
Conservatives within the Republican Party strongly opposed Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs. The programs began to be implemented in 1933.
To put Americans back to work.