Hope Restored: How the New Deal Worked in Town and Country

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Bernard Sternsher
Ivan R. Dee, Jan 1, 1999 - Business & Economics - 247 pages
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Fourteen writings by historians that show how, even though the New DealAIs initiatives did not always work, FDRAIs program was a psychological and political success because it restored hope to a nation battered by the Great Depression. Mr. SternsherAIs focus is not on Washington, D.C., but on what was happening at the local level across a vast and diverse nation.

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Editor Sternsher (history, emeritus, Bowling Green State Univ.) has collected 14 articles from local, state, and regional historical journals designed to illuminate the implementation and impact of ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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ATLANTA GEORGIA
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MOBILE COUNTY ALABAMA
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Sternsher is Emeritus Distinguished Professor of History at Bowling Green State Univeristy.

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