The New Deal

The New Deal focused on three main principals, economic recovery, financial reform, and relief for the needy after the stock market crash. The new deal took into affect by two phases, respectively named the first and second new deal. Through these many pieces of legislation, many recovery efforts and reform agencies were formed. Many of these agencies were focused on relief of the poor in the form of consistently paying government jobs.

The Hundred Days

From March 9 unit June 16, 1933, more than 15 large pieces of legislation were passed by the Franklin Roosevelt Administration. All 15 of these were part of of Franklins "New Deal."


While the New Deal was very effective, there were a lot of critics opposing his plan. There were especially a lot of critics opposing him because of the idea that he was abusing his executive power. He received a lot of flak for this.