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What were FDR's New Deal programs and what problems did they attack?

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt launched his New Deal programs to try to deal with the effects of the Great Depression. There were many programs that were part of the New Deal. These programs tried to bring relief to the American people, recovery to the economy, and reform the economic system.

There were several relief and recovery programs. Many of these programs created jobs for the American people. The Civilian Conservation Corps created jobs for young, unemployed people who went to the West to work on conservation programs. The Public Works Administration and the Civil Works Administration were also...

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