Who remained outside the reach of New Deal assistance? Why?
The group of people who were outside the reach of the New Deal was the Farmers. Overproduction of crops had caused gluts in the farm market which resulted in dropping prices, and, in turn, sending farmers' incomes plummeting. [ The passage of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, Emergency Farm Mortgage Act and the Farm Credit Act were Roosevelt’s way of trying to fix the problem with Farmers.
While the Agricultural Adjustment Act did help some in the beginning the impressive gains too often accrued to larger farm owners. There were still millions of poor white and African American farmers who were outside the relief this act was supposed to alleviate.
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