Fdr's Response To The Great Depression

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(Quote) “It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something!”. (Background) Critics stated that FDR and his administration’s methods were not effective. (Thesis Statement) However, the response of FDR’s administration to the problems of The Great Depression was effective because they created the New Deal, revived enterprise, and made better use of industries. (Topic Sentence) FDR debunked critics by establishing numerous programs that assisted the people and improved the country’s economy. (Supporting Evidence) FDR established a program called the New Deal and with in this deal there were numerous programs. (Example) He created the Works Progress Administration
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