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The New Deal vs. Today's Plutocracy

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Post by WPA Today on Tue Sep 24, 2013 8:25 am

Hi Everyone,

I recently made a presentation highlighting the programs & accomplishments of the New Deal. If you have 8 minutes to spare sometime, check it out. If you're not already familiar with the New Deal, I think you'll appreciate why things are so messed up today.

As we've pushed aside the New Deal, and embraced plutocracy, we've been condemned to perpetual economic insecurity--high unemployment, low wages, homelessness, high personal debt, worthless degrees & trade skills, the largest prison system in the history of the world, etc., etc.

In my New Deal presentation: Social Security, rising GDP, a minimum wage, work opportunities for the unemployed, FDIC, Glass-Steagall, national defense improvements...and a lot more.

Presentation at: http://nddaily.blogspot.com/

--Brent McKee, www.wpatoday.org wpatoday@gmail.com

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Re: The New Deal vs. Today's Plutocracy

Post by jmainframe on Thu Sep 26, 2013 2:51 pm

I will definately check this out when I get back home from work!

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Post by WPA Today on Thu Sep 26, 2013 5:38 pm

Thanks!

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Post by jmainframe on Sat Sep 28, 2013 10:39 am

Great presentation Brent. The New Deal put people back to work to build a nation. Now we need another New Deal to maintain, repair, and improve what was already built, to dispell any doubt that America is the greatest nation in the world.

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Post by WPA Today on Sat Sep 28, 2013 10:56 am

Thanks jmainframe. With respect to your greatest nation observation, I frequently tell people that if you add up all the work of the New Deal job & construction programs--WPA, PWA, CCC, NYA, CWA--you have the largest work and construction program in human history. It's something we should be proud of, yet few people realize it or know about it. It's really amazing.

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