Pick a side and argue in support of or against the New Deal. When doing this, take on the persona of someone who lived during the time. For instance, if you are against the New Deal you can pretend to be a businessperson, banker, or a minority who has been hurt or left out by the New Deal’s policies. If you are for the New Deal, you can pretend to be a small farmer or small businessperson who has been hurt by the Depression. When making your argument, make sure to draw upon specific examples that are relevant to the person you are pretending to be.
Answer the prompt in a minimum of (3) 5-sentence paragraphs.