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The New deal of 1935

How did politics shape the limits of reform, both in the ability of constituents to demand assistance and in the fdral government's response to their demand?
Question asked by: Fresia

Asked on: 26 Feb 2011

Money is at the bottom of every politicial decision, and so the money that is available always constrains what governments can and can't do.

Look at the modern coalition in modern britain, because the labour party bankrupted the country they now have to pick up the pieces and do lots of cuts which are unpopular but only because the previous administration totally screwed the country but some people are too stupid to realise that and blame the new government, doh!

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Replied at: 06 Mar 2011
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