Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal : 1932-1940
When the stability of American life was threatened by the Great Depression, the decisive and visionary policy contained in FDR's New Deal offered America a way forward. In this groundbreaking work, William E. Leuchtenburg traces the evolution of what was both the most controversial and effective socioeconomic initiative ever undertaken in the United States--and explains how the social fabric of American life was forever altered. It offers illuminating lessons on the challenges of economic transformation--for our time and for all time.
- Paperback | 399 pages
- 132.08 x 198.12 x 30.48mm | 249.47g
- 01 Mar 2009
- HARPER PERENNIAL
- New York, NY, United States
- black & white illustrations
Any list of the New Deal s premier historians must include Leuchtenburg. --Library Journal"