I think that FDR's approach was better and more effective. He attempted to fix the issues that the people couldn't and he knew that they couldn't. So, his policies were more effective than just letting people try to figure it out herself.
FDR's approach was way better, he had a plan mind and instead of talking about this and that. He did it. He didn't say that he understood you and be happy, he actually created new jobs so that people can get money and made everyone trust banks again. He realized small government didn't help and decided to get a big government, he onew it couldn't get worse. He created the new deal and his laws that he promised were passed.
I believe that FDRs approach was better when it came to solving the Great Depression. For example, in his first 100 days, he got 16 acts of legislation passed. Also, he created the Alphabet Agencies which provided things such help,jobs, and benefits for everyone, including people who were u employed.
FDR's approch was better as he used the government to fix the problems in the depression. Hoover's police's did not work because he left the people to thier own devices and he focused on a local level. FDR's interventions helped more to employ and get people out of the depression than Hoover.
Hoover did what he believed was right, which is admirable. But FDR's approach was more effective for pulling us out of the Depression. He included the federal government which in turn lead to the support of the state governments.
FDR's approach to solve the Great Depression is better as he finally stepped up and acted. He put laws and administration in place to end the Great Depression and ithe proved to work. We still use much of his administration today.
I think that FDRs approach to solve the Great Depression was the best. The alphabet agency gave people benefits so that they could live and pay for life. Also he created a new deal for the United States since others won't working.
FDR's approach was better in ending the depression. He was able to innovate and use new ideas that would best help the country. He saw that the ways that were used in the past did not work so a new approach was needed. He created the alphabet agencies and these were able to help many people and the economy.
FDR's approach was better and helped to actually solve the Great Depression. Unlike Hoover, FDR was able to show progress and results. His approach was so good that some of his policies are seen today.
I think that president Hoover did not do much, if anything at all to help with the economic depression in 1929. FDR was the president that did the best and the most in the Great Depression. He established programs like social security and the FDIC to ensure the saftey of all American bank accounts and jobs. While Hoover tried, none of his programs really worked for the economy, unlike FDR.
FDR's approach to the Great Depression was better because some of his plans are still put into place today. When compared to Hoover's approach which was not enough. Hoover was not at all inventive when compared to FDR. FDR was better because he had the new approach that Americans needed
To me personally I think FDR's approach to the Great Depression was better because he established programs for the American's. Some examples were social security and having safety for jobs. These programs are still used in today's society. So I believe FDR did a better job of approaching the Great Depression than President Hoover.
I believe that FDR approach to solving the Great Depression was better. I believe this because he took a new approach to the issue he did not just do what previous president did but took a new approach at solving problems such as a bigger government. In the first 100 days he had congress approve everyone if his request to improve the conditions of the Nation. He also set into place the Alphabet Agencies which helped create jobs and improved the economy of the United States.
I believe FDR's approach was better due to the fact that all of the agencies that he put into place while he was president really helped americans get the ball rolling more than hoover ever did he passed 16 laws from when he got to office and every single one that he gave to congress they actually passed them which is amazing.
I believe FDR's approach was better at helping end the great depression because he took initiative to help end it, not just saying those who can help others should. He passed multiple bills that would benefit the country and not a single one was denied by congress.
I believe that FDR's approach to the Great Depression was better. I liked how he came up with his own ideas and I also liked the alphabet agencies and how they were able to help a lot of people get jobs. I also found it interesting that we still used some of these agencies today, which makes it seem that his approach was better. I also thought that it said a lot about FDR when all of his bills were passed and not one of them were denied. Overall, I feel that FDR's approach to the Great Depression was better than Hoover's approach to the Great Depression.
I believe FDR approach to help the Great Depression was better. He passed many legislature in only a few days trying to help the country unlike Hoover. The alphabet agencies helped many people to work and bring home money. Even though it didn't fully help the Great Depression he tried and some of the alphabet agencies are still used today.
Based on the facts presented in class, I believe that Franklin Delano Roosevelt's approach on the Great Depression was better. I say this because he was able to get things accomplished and did not have many failed attempts. Hoover had little to no progress with the Great Depression while FDR passed 16 pieces of legislation in his first 100 days that had a huge impact.
Like the majority, I believe that FDR had the better approach to solving the Great Depression. FDR not only implemented all kinds of policies almost immediately but he also was trying to help more than the economy. FDR's plan/s Also helped the people. These plans helped the people get back on their feet in return getting the economy back up and stable. Therefore I think FDR had the better approach of the two!
I feel as if Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s approach to the Great Depression was significantly better. Although Hoover set him up for success, Roosevelt still had his own plans. The impact was felt immediately following Roosevelt’s election. He began to implement things that Hoover couldn’t seem to grasp. He turned to the federal government and eventually passed sixteen laws within his first one-hundred days. Overall, FDR had a much better approach and helped levy the depression in the United States.
I think that FDR made the biggest impact and best change in my opinion. He passed so many legislation pieces during his time that help give jobs to the people. He also passed legislation to prevent something like this from every happening again. His New Deal help the U.S. as a whole to get out of this Great Depression. Hoover passed many legislation but acted to late.
FDR made the biggest impact because he achieved more than Hoover, he had 16 laws passed within the first 100 days of his presidency, granted more jobs and most importantly he brought back trust to the banks.
I think Franklin D. Roosevelt had the best approach. However, it was the best because of Hoover's mistakes and failures. Hoover was not involved enough in the reconstruction of the economy and that made people mad. He expected the people to fix it themselves. Because of this, Roosevelt's approach of heavy federal government involvement was accepted by the people. It also was more successful, possibly due to the people's willingness to participate in the New Deal.
I think that FDR's plan was better than Hoover's plan. While Hoover was doing what he thought was right, it was not effective. Hoover was too scared to take a risk, he just wanted to play it by the books. FDR however, chose to take that risk and his approach was more effective and helped end the Great Depression.
I think FDR because he had a better way of approaching issues. And he was not scared to make decisions. Hoover was scared to take risk.
I feel that FDR's approach was by far more effective. He had a plan to address the constant issues in which America was facing at the time. But Hoover only acted on what he believed he thought was right. I say that FDR's was most effective because he was able to get 16 laws/legislations passed in his first 100 days. While Hoover just acted based on the previous situations, helping the country the same way he helped others in which in this case was not enough.
I think FDR had the best impact on the great depression. He created government programs that would help solve the problems the country was having. Hoover relied on the states to do this which was a terrible decision because each state is different and states do not have the resources of the federal government. Even when Hoover intervened with a federal program, it was too late to help. FDR's programs helped the United States recover from the great depression.
I think FDR had a bigger impact than Hoover while solving the Great Depression. During FDR's first 100 days he passed 16 laws which in turn showed that he was willing to take a larger risk than Hoover in a time of crisis.
In my opinion I believe that FDR approach to the Great Depression was a whole lot better due to the fact that he was able to end the Great Depression. Not saying Hoover didn't do anything but just saying he didn't do enough for the people to get them out of the Great Depression. He did do great things like the Hoover dam but the people need more help then just a dam. Also, in FDR's first 100 days he got 16 laws passed by congress and Hoover sadly did not. So in my opinion they both played important roles in the Great Depression but FDR did a better job handling it.
FDR's approach was better. He created 16+ laws that created jobs and helped people get money back and improved the economy. Hoover's approach was to stick to old ways and not to get the federal government into the economic crisis which failed.
FDR's method to pull us out of the depression was better for this particular instance. As seen in history, the traditional methods that Hoover tried to use would have taken too long to fix the issue. Therefore, the method that FDR used, which actually worked in a relatively short amount of time, is better.
Roosevelt had better timing with his ideas to end the Great Depression. Hoover had good ideas but by the time he got them passed, it was too late. The damage had already been done. So, Roosevelt had the better ideas to get us out of the Depression. It was only World War II that would do it for good.
I think FDR's approach could've have been successful after a while because of the laws that helped people get their money and helped put more trust in the banks. While hoover was rich i do not think he was extremely concerned about others as much as FDr was.
FDR's approach to solving the Great Depression was much more effective. Within the "first 100 days" FDR made a point of ratifying tons of legislature that would help further reform the economy for the better. FDR also passed many of the "Alphabet Agencies," which provided work, relief, and other financial security to impoverished Americans.
FDR approach was a better way to solve the problems during the great depression because as soon as get was elected president, acted immediately to the situation to solve problem. He got the state and local government to be very involve to help out. He created many jobs to help the people out and to help solve the economical problems they are going through..
Hoover in my opinion only had small impacts that helped but FDRs approach was way better because he created many laws that helped with making new jobs and helping others to find jobs. With the laws by Roosevelt it helped with getting America out depression.
I think FDR had a better aprooch to solving the great depression. He passed many laws and legistations that helped the american people get back on their feet. Not only did he help bring jobs he also helped create equal work protection for the people.
I believe that FDRs approach was much more successful because he showed the most progress. By bringing in the national government to help out and approve his laws showed that he was ready for the job. These new laws helped create jobs and rebuild what was lost and give people their life back. He was the one who showed the most progress in getting America out of the Great Depression.
I believe FDRs approach was better and way more effective than Hoovers. Hoover wanted to do the right thing, but he was doing everything that has already been done for a crisis the wasn't seen as bad as the depression. However, FDR wasn't scared to try new things and involve the federal government.
I believe FDR was the better option. The people wanted a person who got things done instead of talking like Hoover. FDR passed 16 legislations in the first 100 days of office. The people wanted change and they got that straight and simple from FDR. He was going to nip the Great Depression in the bud and end it for good. By bringing in the national government instead of little, local and state, government, they could get much more done.
I believe FDR's approach was better because he actually succeeded at helping the economy. He was determined to if not end the Great Depression, at least fix some of the problems and help Americans. Hoover wanted to fix the problems but all of his plans fell through and ended up doing nothing for the American citizens.
I believe FDR's approach was better. He successfully helped the economy reach almost back to normal. In the first 100 days he already had set plans of legislature to improve the economy. He had a more rapid way to improve things unlike Hoover whose plans needed a longer time to improve conditions.
I believe that FDR's approach was better because he got the economy back on track. He truly thought about what the people needed and make it beneficial for them. He helped create laws that provided jobs and equal protection. He got the economy back on its feet.
I believe that FDR's was better because in 100 day he had already plans of legislature to improve the economy. Also because he took action not like Hoover. Hoover did plans, but his plans end to increase the crisis or to not helping in nothing. FDR's least fix some problems and help the economy by giving jobs to those who need jobs.
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