The New Deal Wasn’t What You Think
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The new deal worked in large part by encouraging capitalism, and channelling private investment into publicly desirable investments. It innovated new systems of insurance to guarantee loans, and delivered profits to businesses in peril during the Depression. Unionists, farmers, and consumers benefited as well, all without the government needing to spend a dime of taxpayer money.
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