anonymous
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Which statement best describes a difference between Herbert Hoover's and Franklin Roosevelt's political philosophies?
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anonymous
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what are the statements?
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anonymous
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Which statement best describes a difference between Herbert Hoover's and Franklin Roosevelt's political philosophies? A. Hoover said the government should not intervene in the economy; Roosevelt used government programs to create jobs. B. Hoover believed the government must regulate the stock market; Roosevelt thought the crash wasn't that serious. C. Hoover thought that government must help citizens in need; Roosevelt believed people should help themselves. D. Hoover believed the economy was still strong; Roosevelt was convinced that capitalism was finished.
anonymous
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anonymous
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I am not going to give you the specific answer but it is either B or C.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The major difference was that Roosevelt felt that government spending to help people who were in economic trouble was much more acceptable than Hoover thought it was. Hoover believed in the idea of "rugged individualism" in which people are largely responsible for their own welfare. If people got in economic trouble, private charity was the best way to help them. The government should not be in the business of helping people financially. Roosevelt had different beliefs. At least in a crisis as great as the Depression, he believed, government should be willing to step in and help people who had become poor. Roosevelt's philosophy, then, was much more liberal than that of Hoover.
anonymous
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that should help
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok but how it it b or c?
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read what i typed
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