Franklin D Roosevelt's Accomplishments

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Franklin D Roosevelt most recognized accomplishments came form his creation of the ''New Deal'' after being elected as president of United States in 1932.
The U.S. stock market crash in 1929 was the beginning of the great depression. The depression caused lost of jobs, homelessness, and bankruptcy. An important reason for the Great Depression was over flow of shares being traded in the stock market. The wealth that came in the 1920's made people feel that the hard times of war was over. Many politicians talked for big business, so they could benefit from the money coming in. The Republicans were controlling the United States. The Treaty of Versailles made the United States very rich. Britain and France both gave large amounts of money …show more content…

They were not benefiting from the rich days of the 1920, then the farmers became better in World War 1 by selling their food, but then the exporting stopped because of the depression
When the Great Depression started, Herbert Hoover was the president of the United States, and as a result, he was blamed for it. People voted for a new president in 1932. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Roosevelt got the government to pass many new laws and programs to help people who were hurt by the Great Depression. These programs were called “The New Deal.” This was the best thing that had happened in years of the United States. President Roosevelt found a way to heal the country in his first “new deal” in 1932. Then he came back with the second New Deal in 1935.
Civilian Conservation Corps, or CCC was one of these programs was to put many young men to work in the outdoors. The men were paid one dollar a week to work, and they got free food and shelter. Another program was called Social Security. Social Security gave old people a small income so they had money for things they needed. The Great Depression was really bad, but with everyone's help, it would get better. Between 1939 and 1944, more people had jobs again because of World War II, and the Great Depression came to an

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