1. yes it was the new deal introduced lots of regulations to workers, such as the national labour relations act of 1935 which workers to form unions and protected the members from other laws as well as forcing businesses to listen to the unions and their workers
2.the new deal had a lot of great ideas. but when fdr created the national industrial recovery act. they set prizes and work hours for the workers. the workers made more money ($.40 rather than $.20) but because they did not work as much they would end up making less money. after a while the supreme court found this act to be un-constitutional. but sense the people weren’t making as much money they could not afford the products. even though the new deal was taken away in 1939 because the government became to powerful, there are still remnants of it in our government. national labor relations, social security, etc… the new deal alone did not end the depression but it the u.s.a dramatically and set them on the right track to recover and become the powerhouse of a country it is today.
3. yes it did bring some relief to those who were willing and able to work and it assisted in terms of creating new and strengthening existing infrastructure.
B & D on edge
WW2 ended the great depression because the U.S made money selling weapons for other countries
the answer is b)the new deal brought improved lives for many in georgia, but failed to end the depression. not a
the answer is: B. The New Deal brought improved lives for many in Georgia, but failed to end the depression
the new deal provide the people with Georgia with a lot of job opportunities that funded through government budget. This provide ways for many families to feed their children. The new deals also provide loans with very low interest to the farmers, which help the farmers to maintain their operation.
Despite this success , The new deal create an increase in the country's total Debt and still couldn't manage to end the depression.
The correct answer is B. The New Deal brought improved lives for many in Georgia, but failed to end the depression.
UPDATED: SEP 10, 2018 | ORIGINAL: AUG 13, 2018
Did New Deal Programs Help End the Great Depression?
While the New Deal did have a lasting impact on the U.S. economy, other significant factors contributed toward ending the Great Depression by June 1938.
BY BRIAN DUNLEAVY
A New Deal WPA mural created in 1942 for the former Social Security Board Building in Washington, D.C.
VCG Wilson/Getty Images
Since the late 1930s, conventional wisdom has held that President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s “New Deal” helped bring about the end of the Great Depression. The series of social and government spending programs did get millions of Americans back to work on hundreds of public projects across the country.