United States History
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New Deal Philosophy


8,000 San Francisco schoolchildren form
the NRA Blue Eagle symbol to publicize this New Deal program
(Image Source: Wikimedia Commons--public domain)

Question 1314131

The underlying philosophy of the New Deal was primarily to

(A) return to the approach of Harding and Coolidge and keep government out of business
(B) build the armed forces of the U.S. to reduce unemployment
(C) spend as little as possible of government funds to re-establish confidence in the dollar
(D) reduce the government's size and return power to the states, allowing them to deal with their own economic issues
(E) provide immediate relief to the most needy, raise wages, regulate industry, and use the federal government to help create jobs

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