The opinions expressed in this paper are my own
The opinions expressed in this paper are my own (as student)and do not in any way represent the opinions and attitudes of the country or college. I would like to thank my professor Helen Goffas and rest my classmates for reading earlier discussion and providing valuable comments.
During the 1930’s, America had massive witness of a breakdown of the Democratic and free enterprise system as the United States fell into the had a worst depression in its history. The economic depression that beset the United States and in the same time in other countries was highly unique in its severity and its consequences.in 1933 at depth of the depression , one American worker was highly under impression of jobless . The great industrial steep fall continued throughout the 1930’s, swinging to and fro the foundations of Western capitalism. The New Deal program expressed by US president Franklin D. Roosevelt that he promised it during his election for the American people, and from 1933 to 1939 of help, recovery, and reform. These were the new policies aimed to help the economic problems created by the depression of the 1930’s.
HISTORICAL FACT DURING THE NEW DEAL ERA
in first two years the new deal was mainly concerned with relief, setting up shelters and foods to feed the millions of unemployed. In the period of time focus shifted towards recovery to complete the timeless task, several agencies were created. The National Recovery
I Pledge You, I Pledge Myself
When Roosevelt was nominated, he said, “I pledge you, I pledge myself, to a new deal for the American people.” to stimulate industrial recovery the New Deal was unexampled scope and to assist victims of the depression and provide a minimum living standards, and prevent in the future from economic crises , the political, and the social factors lead up to the New Deal. Most of the unemployment rate, and the fact that the most of New York City school children were under weight and malnourished, and it made clear that an immediate action was required to take against jobless. (NRA) administration was the keystone of the early new deal program launched by Roosevelt. It created in June 1933 under the terms of the National Industrial Recovery Act. that NRA permitted businesses to draft “codes of fair competition,”1with presidential approval, which regulated prices, wages, working conditions, and credit terms.
Civil War and World War effect on Worker Depression
As I have already mentioned and expressed my ideas about depression of jobless in United States of America in 1930’s that USA had a endured of greatest economic changes in its history and it was worst more than half of employees of the work force was jobless , specially the USA revolution and civil war the work depression was of greatest experience in its political history, and for the nation, in other way the progressive movement wasn’t able to achieve, and to put United States of America back to work and to began reshape the public life situation towards government, The new Deal required to solve all these issues. It developed the regulatory power of the federal government and the government’s role in the economy. “Congressional action during the New Deal changed U.S. governance through an explosion of new programs actively managed by federal administrative authorities”
Changing after World War II in USA social in Democracy
The United States of America only mobilization in to World War II that finally brought an end to the depression, although the Allies and Axis power had been in the war till 1939, the USA remained until the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. In the World War II took position a role of global power and it’s also guided in numerous social and life, economic changes, including woman movement into previously male one only job “allowed women to serve in uniform during the Great War and prove their worthiness as citizens” and to put United States of America that would occupy and to remained for 20th century they established the reform agendas “Women at War explores the changing role of women during the Progressive” the aggression totalitarian which they were against the democracy and unite states of America and the united states was against them and defending from democracy. and it denying the civil liberties of interned Japanese American and the civil rights of racial minorities, and united states faced with different nation after world war II, with new enemies abroad the country and faced with challenge problems in home