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        The 1930s - Teacher's Resources: Teacher's Guide

        During the Great Depression, Franklin Delano Roosevelt initiated the far-reaching legislation of the New Deal that extended the federal government's arm deep into the economy, the policies of individual states, and the lives of many Americans. The programs faced fierce opposition at the time, and many of those same arguments -- including limiting the role of government as a whole --have resonated throughout United States history in the political battles over the economy, health care, unemployment, and other volatile issues. Learn more with this guide from American Experience: "The 1930s."

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