Franklin Roosevelt: The Causes Of The Great Depression

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Franklin Roosevelt believed the causes of the great depression were domestic and considered problems that needed to be addressed by a national agreement and leadership willing to engage in “bold, persistent experimentation. As a visionary leader, his role would be “to compose the conflicting elements of the various plans, to gather the benefits of the long study, and to coordinate efforts to the end that agreement may be

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