How Did Franklin D Roosevelt's New Deal

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Furthermore, Franklin .D. Roosevelt’s new deal was very successful in creating a hopeful environment and in lifting the spirits of workers. Although it did not end the depression but his relief programs led to a small improvement in the economy of the United States. Donald Worster author of Dust Bowl says “During President Franklin D. Roosevelt's first 100 days in 1933, governmental programs designed to conserve soil and restore the ecological balance of the nation were implemented”. President Franklin Roosevelt was able to create two million jobs for workers although ten million were still unemployed. The Civilian Conservation Corporations put young unmarried men from ages 18-25 to work by planting trees and creating parks.These young men

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