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Green New Deal - Perhaps one of the best known projects in U.S. history was of our Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal.  FDR, our 32nd President, was elected in 1933 using the slogan "Happy Days Are Hear Again" during the calamity of the Great Depression. His goal and promise was to alleviate the despair besetting America.  FDR launched scores of new programs to respond to a wide range of problems facing the country: stabilizing the banks and stimulating the economy, creating jobs and raising wages, investing in public works and modernizing lagging regions, and giving ordinary Americans a new sense of security and hope.  The New Deal lasted until America entered the Second World War at the end of 1942.  In ten years it transformed the country and restored our faith in the ability of government to serve the people. 

The American Dream

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