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How did the right react to the New Deal? A. They believed the New Deal was just what America needed to get out of the Great Depression. B. They believed the New Deal gave the government far too much power. C. They believed the New Deal needed to go further to limit the power of business. D. They believed the New Deal should be allowed to succeed or fail without interference.
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They believed the New Deal gave the government far too much power is how the right reacted to the New Deal.
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