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    Default A New 'New Deal'?

    "While it is true that assessments of the extent to which the New Deal rescued America from the ravages of the Great Depression vary widely, in any case, on this occasion perhaps we can for once commit ourselves to learning something from history. And this at a time when there is an unmistakable undercurrent of hopelessness abroad in the land. It is salutary to recall that the most pessimistic reflections on the New Deal conclude that it was all for nothing and that the real 'saviour' lay in the dreadful carnage of the World War." more...

    Wishful thinking on my part?

    D.D.Grant
    Last edited by FRED; 05-03-07 at 10:17 AM.

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