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Please allow some of my notes to help you within these vast historical areas. Once you write your essay, please send to us for editing and more feedback:

As you examine how Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal policies helped to transform the American economy from its focus on recovery from the Great Depression to more modernity, please note you are on the right track since the economy became stronger. However, please note that some negatives also occurred simultaneously, so it was not 100% productive.

Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal policies helped to transform the American economy from its focus on recovery from the Great Depression to more modernity.
Thus, the war solidified the recovery efforts and made the American economy stronger. Mass production of war materials denoted America's greatest contribution to the war effort. These industries created jobs on an unprecedented level.

The economy was extremely strong at the end of the war and remained vigorous despite switching from war production to the mass production of peacetime goods.

You might also add that the post World War II economy also changed by increased Federal Government control and intervention. For example, you might ...

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Economic changes in America after WWII are listed.

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