William E. Leuchtenburg Writing Styles in Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1932-1940

William E. Leuchtenburg
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Perspective

This book is written from the third person point of view and that is that of the author, William E. Leuchtenburg. The book tells the story of the first two years of the Roosevelt administration. This is the period of the programs of deficit spending that became known as the New Deal Programs. These are the programs that were implemented to solve the economic problems of the nation.

Leuchtenburg's purpose is to present the programs that were considered and those that were implemented and why. He presents the problems that were involved and who the different personalities in the situation were. There are many quotes in the book.

Leuchtenburg is an appropriate source to present this story since he is a well qualified historian. These programs are put in the proper historical perspective of the time and in the proper economic context. In economic terms, it was a...

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