The three R's -- New Deal version
There was an overwhelming decision in November 1932 to change leadership. Early New Deal legislation sought to accomplish the first two R’s, Relief and Recovery. The later years of the New Deal were pointed toward the third, Reform. An English historian of the modern American scene has offered a sound theme for this part of the story: “One many not agree with the answers which he gave, but one must admit that FDR asked the right questions.”
KETC, St. Louis; John Francis Bannon; William J. Lesko
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
United States--History ; New Deal, 1933-1939.
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