The 'New' New Deal: FDR and American Liberalism, 1937-1945
John W. Jeffries traces the development during Franklin D. Roosevelt's second and third terms of a new New Deal. He argues that this new liberal program, based on Keynesian economic analysis and aiming at a full-employment economy of abundance, marked a significant redirection of New Deal liberalism and shaped the postwar liberal agenda.
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