Long before Congressional Democrats introduced their Green New Deal, President Franklin Roosevelt introduced a bold plan to combat the Great Depression. He called it the New Deal. The mosaic of plans, programs, and reforms put Americans back to work and restored confidence in the US economy. It didn't break the depression altogether, but it changed the face of America and laid the foundation for success in World War II and the postwar prosperity that followed.
The latest installment in History Behind the Headlines traces the roots of the GND to the epic initiative to rescue the USA from despair. Check it out now, in the Streaming Room™.