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us history: new deal programs?

Was the New Deal essentially a conservative attempt to save American capitalism from collapse, a radical change in traditional American anti-government beliefs, or a moderate liberal response to a unique crisis?

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It was seen as a radical departure from previous policy. The programs were not conserative but progressive and bordered on socialism and it was in response to a unique economic crisis.

For more information, follow this link:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New\_Deal

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i learned this last year... the new deal was just franklin roosevelt's solution to stop the great depression which eventually worked.

but the answer to your question... i think it was more a moderate liberal response to a unique crisis as well as a radical change in traditional American anti-government beliefs.