The New Deal Required World War II


The conventional version of the New Deal contends it rescued the country from the Great Depression. Those who expound this viewpoint treat Franklin Delano Roosevelt as the savior of the country. These same disciples of the expansive bureaucratic government have never looked back. For them, their article of faith is based upon the supremacy of executive authority. This viewpoint is content to abandon the foundational roots of the Republic and is particularly eager to accept a centralized and governed economic system. The adverse consequences of this departure from the land of the free are routinely ignored since the proponents of the cradle to grave society must adhere to the myth that government is indispensible in every aspect of our lives.

Read the entire article on the Forbidden History archives

About SARTRE 4368 Articles
"Populism" best describes the approach to SARTRE's perspective on Politics. Realities, suggest that American Values can be restored with an appreciation of "Pragmatic Anarchism." Reforms will require an Existential approach. "Ideas Move the World," and SARTRE'S intent is to stir the conscience of those who desire to bring back a common sense, moral and traditional value culture for America.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.