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The New Deal

Summary: This essay describes and analyzes FDR's "New Deal" and describes how it provided many strong ideas that were later used as the basis of Truman's "Fair Deal" and the "Great Society."
Through out the history of the United States and the world for that matter, there have been many ideas and laws that were considered revolutionary at time, meaning they were thought to be groundbreaking and completely new. However, this conception is often a mistake; many of these ideas are simply evolutions of previous and forgotten notions. This means that they were not truly avant-garde but actually just older ideas that changed and developed over the years. Two major political plans of the early 20th century that were considered revolutionary but in reality proved to be very evolutionary were Truman's Fair Deal and the Great Society. Both were at first thought to be very new and radical. However, upon closer inspection it is clear that at least some of the theories and ideas within them came from F. Roosevelt's older New Deal. Each of the reforms displayed some...

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