VIDEO: Debunking Myths About The Great Depression
The New Deal Was A Failure: Hoover and FDR Prolonged the Great Depression with Big Government
The Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation explains how the statist policies of Presidents Hoover and Roosevelt lengthened and deepened the Great Depression. The video also briefly explains how reductions in the burden of government spending helped the economy recover from a deep recession after World War I and to grow after World War II.
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