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In this second volume of the Interpreting American History series, experts on the 1930s address the changing historical interpretations of a critical period in American history. Following a decade of prosperity, the Great Depression brought unemployment, economic ruin, poverty, and a sense of hopelessness to millions of Americans. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs aimed to bring relief, recovery, and reform to the masses. More than seventy-five years after Roosevelt took the oath as president, ...

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    • Title: Interpreting American History: the New Deal and the Great Depression by Aaron D. Purcell
    • Publisher: Bookmasters Distribution Services
    • Print ISBN: 9781612778709, 1612778704
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    • Edition: 2014
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