Social Studies


The New Deal programs established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Congress in response to the Great Depression were examples of

A. Open market operations

B. Uncontrollable spending

C. Demand-side economics

D. Supply-side economics

2 Answer

  • either a or d leaning on a
  • They were demand side economics because they were designed to protect and advance the worker which is also the consumer. In supply side economics the producer (the company) is given favoritism.