Franklin Roosevelt: The Early Years of the New Deal in America (Illustrated) by P. J. O’Brien

Grade Level on the Flesch-Kincaid readability scale is 6.4.

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This is the story of some of the most dynamic years in the political history of the United States. Every student whose parents or grandparents have ever received Social Security, or benefited from a low-down payment FHA mortgage, or received unemployment insurance has Franklin Roosevelt to thank.

After his inauguration in March 1933, Roosevelt persuaded Congress to build new programs to support the poor and the unemployed. He sought to save homes, farms and banks at risk of being lost during the Depression, and he did.

What were these programs, and could any of them have worked in our century, such as during the crisis which started in 2008?

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