Chapter Three The Jewish Question To illustrate the history of the Jewish people from its earliest beginnings down through the ages to the present day, as seen and depicted by the Jewish mind itself, we give the following account from the Chicago Tribune, July 4,
Herbert Hoover thought that America and its economy could naturally recover from the Depression in due course, so he adamantly restrained the federal government from intervening on behalf of the people affected. Each had their ideas about how to deal with the Great Depression.
He believed that our economy goes through cycles. Thus, he believed the government should let things run their course and eventually things would improve. As a result, many people believe Hoover did nothing to end the As a result, many people believe Hoover did nothing to end the depression.
During first two years of the depression, this was an accurate perception. However, in his last year as president, Hoover reluctantly got the government involved.
However, it was too little, too late. Franklin Roosevelt believed the government needed to be actively involved in ending the Great Depression. Immediately following his inauguration, Roosevelt went to the White House to work on programs to end the Great Depression.
In his first days in office, there were 15 programs or laws developed to end the Great Depression Some of these programs helped provide jobs, regulate the banking industry and the stock market, and also gave help to farmers.
More programs followed after the first days.
The government was very active in trying to end the depression. While there were a few similarities, there were far more differences.Transcript of HERBERT HOOVER VS.
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