New Deal is a program created by Franklin Delano Roosevelt during the Great Depression to counteract various effects of it. New Deal created many agencies and legislation to help the United States pull itself out of the Great Depression. Some of these agencies have tremendous effect even today.
When Roosevelt was elected as the president, he faced many problems such as banking failure and unemployment. Almost immediately, he called on Congress and began what is
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It also paved the way for new programs such as Truman's Fair Deal. New Deal was a great program because it acted in a way as a first aid to the dying United States. It helped the United States just enough so that it would slowly recover. New Deal's greatest achievement was to restore faith in American democracy at a time when many people believed that the only choice left was between communism and fascism.