Development and Implementation
During 1929 and 1939, the United States went through the Great Depression. The president at the time, Herbert Hoover, did nothing to help stop the Great Depression. Herbert Hoover told Americans not to worry about the situation and that this situation would pass quickly. It was not until 1933 that Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected president. Soon after Franklin D. Roosevelt was sworn in as president he developed The New Deal.
The implementation of the New Deal was significant because it meant that America was on the road to recovery. Considering that their prior president did nothing to help his country, they became hopeful when they saw that President Roosevelt was actually doing something to help his country. President Roosevelt created The New Deal in order to bring America out of the depression it was in.
The key objectives to Roosevelt’s New Deal were: Relief, Recovery, and Reform. President believed that the 3 R’s would help America come out of The Great Depression and become economically stable. Relief