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The New Deal: The Depression Years 1933-1340, aims to exhibit the importance of Franklin de Roosevelt’s role in combating the worst economic crisis in the American History.
At the beginning of his thesis statement, Anthony Badger clarifies that he does not think that there could have been a new deal without Franklin de Roosevelt. Neither does Badger insist that Roosevelt’s ideas were not essential. Badger focuses on Roosevelt’s political skills and policies. Badger clarifies that both Roosevelt’s predecessor and successor did not possess the skills that led to the success of the new deal. The following is the topic sentence of this book: My presumptions and summaries will be soon been known. The new deal depicted a sudden change in the way of handling matters from the past. The factors are apparently limited the consequences of the new deals. The New Dealers had small control that ultimately worked as the best way out for the American society. In addition, the Second World War had a more significant role in leading to decisive changes than the new deal.1
Simpson, Michael. "Anthony J. Badger, The New Deal: The Depression Years, 1933–1940 (London: Macmillan Education, 1989, £ 35, £ 9.99, paper). pp. 392. ISBN 0 333 28902 I (cloth); 0 333 28904 8 (paper)." Journal of American Studies 25, no. 02 (1991):
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