The Great Depression and New Deal
Unsustainable economy that kept high standard of manufacture after few years of the recovery in the European countries.
Mistake in government policies
Required unsustainable labor control for the companies, and raise the trade taxes that exacerbated most of the buisiness.
The economy was obvious that it was not sustainable. Therefore this man, Franklin Roosevelt attempted to change the way of the government with New Deal. In particular, he started to step in companies and markets more and adjusted the economy by themselves. However, the war began before those policies are affected obviously.
First the federal government tried to lower the unemployment by giving jobs to those who lost their jobs, for example making the dam in Tennessee Valley. And next, he instituted the act that government can limit the industry produced by companies, so that they cannot produce too much products to sell. These programs were implemented very quickly in first 100 days after Roosevelt took office in 1933. However, there are some arguments that suspect the effect of the New Deal. After the New Deal started, the GNP and the rate of unemployment seemed improving, but before the effect got obviously visible, the World War II began. As the war began, war industries became big rapidly, and the business recovered very soon and the great depression in the U.S. was over.