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The Numerous Changes to America from Reconstruction to the New Deal

Summary: A general overview about the numerous changes that took place in America from the time of Reconstruction to the New Deal. These changes altered significantly the American social and political climate.
America following Reconstruction was completely different from America during FDR's New Deal. In 1876, the government was based on the ideas of Laissez-faire which meant that government stayed out of the citizens' lives. Society in 1876 was dominated by white men who ran the country while there were no rights for women, blacks, and immigrants. In 1876, Americans lived on farms in rural America. By the 1930's, America was a welfare state with government just starting to control different aspects such as economy and corporations. In the 1930's women, blacks, and immigrants all had the right to vote, and the majority of Americans were living in cities. Blacks had the right to vote; however, they were usually disenfranchised by whites. The main changes in the government were that it went from having no authority to being full-inclusive. The significant change in the society was it went from a white male-dominant society...

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