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to what extent did the new deal strengthen or weaken the USA capitalism?
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The New Deal weakened capitalism rather than strengthening it , somewhat because it put the ownership and administration of means of production and distribution into the hands of the state. This is known as socialism. Most of the programs instituted by the deal were ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.

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to what extent did the new deal strengthen or weaken the USA capitalism?
Weegy: Capitalism in the USA 1900 to 1940 - The nature of capitalism in the USA - The ?American Dream? - Capitalist boom of the 1920s ? strengths and weaknesses in the US economy - USA society in the 1920s - Wall Street Crash of 1929 ? reasons for and [ economic and social impact - Election of Roosevelt ? ?New Deal? - Analysis of the New Deal ? legislation and programmes for relief, recovery and reform - Opposition to the New Deal ? analysis of ... (More)
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Historians generally agree that, apart from building up labor unions, the New Deal did not substantially alter the distribution of power within American capitalism. "The New Deal brought about limited change in the nation's power structure." The New Deal preserved democracy in the United States in an historic period of uncertainty and crises when in many other countries democracy failed.
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