The Pros And Cons Of The 1920s-WWII

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The 1920 – WWII The United States has the economic power in the world according to researchers. Japan, Germany, China, ext. all try to catch up to the United States but aren’t able too. They might have slightly higher standards of living but will never compare to the U.S. economically. The U.S. produces almost double than what japan produces. I’m not too sure on what the number of Japan is but they are more populated than the U.S. and the U.S. still produces more. There was no proof when the United States first became number one, only because no one was there to keep statistics. In the 1920 the economic growth was rapid because of electricity, telephones, appliances and indoor plumbing took place. The fact that all of these things had taken place in the 1920, the United States needed to find ways to keep it going over the years.…show more content…
President Roosevelt had come up with the New Deal which made the economic struggle get back on its tracks. I think the reason for the New Deal was to help the economy of course, but to also help the U.S. labor force to have the unemployed get employed. So this way the U.S. can continue to stay strong economically. Pres. Roosevelt’s New Deal made sense to people because of what it was summarized by, the three R’s. Relief, recovery, and reform were what Pres. Roosevelt wanted to embrace to the people. He wanted to keep the unemployment out of the streets and keep them as healthy as he can. He stated, “ill-fed, ill-clothed, and ill-housed”. This meant that he care about what had happen to the people economically and he would care until this depression was
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