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    The New Deal and the Government

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    How did the New Deal change the way that we look at the government, and what we expect it to do?

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    The New Deal and the legislation introduced to combat the serious repercussions of the Great Depression forever changed the role of the federal government. Before the Great Depression there was a widespread belief that individuals were responsible for their own condition. In fact the prevailing thought held that changes in the business cycle were natural and not to be tampered with, especially not by the federal government. The role of ...

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