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    (Original post by Artmanlikesart)
    I talked about left successes and failures, then right wing critics, like anti-state elements within Supreme Court, like the Big Business and Liberty League legal challenges through them, and the Southern Cage in Congress.
    I only used right wing critics to judge the success of the left though, I made that clear in my introduction.
    Which part B did you do? I was pretty pleased with the New Deal stuff
    I did the same thing. Since the question asked about left wing opposition that's what i talked about and just mentioned the right wing in the conclusion
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    (Original post by mehmehmehmehmeh)
    I mentioned them but only in the introduction and conclusion, in the main paragraphs i talked about Sinclair, Townsend, Couglin and Long
    Ahh okay, I mentioned Townsend, Long and trade unions for the left

    (Original post by bsbnah)
    I spoke about right wing, left wing and supreme court and weighed them up in significance towards shaping the new deal... Idk if thats what was meant to be done?? Lol so i said left wing wasnt actually the most significant - it was supreme court
    Yeah I did a para on the SC and I know people at school who did your approach

    (Original post by Artmanlikesart)
    I talked about left successes and failures, then right wing critics, like anti-state elements within Supreme Court, like the Big Business and Liberty League legal challenges through them, and the Southern Cage in Congress.
    I only used right wing critics to judge the success of the left though, I made that clear in my introduction.
    Which part B did you do? I was pretty pleased with the New Deal stuff
    I did pretty much the same as you for Part A. I did the New Deal and quite liked it!
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    I did pretty much the same as you for Part A. I did the New Deal and quite liked it![/QUOTE]

    Yeah I thought the sources let me talk about pretty much everything I wanted to. I did paras
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    Social -

    Weird to see Anthony Badger defending the New Deal though, usually in historians he slams it for not doing enough
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    (Original post by Artmanlikesart)
    I did pretty much the same as you for Part A. I did the New Deal and quite liked it!

    Yeah I thought the sources let me talk about pretty much everything I wanted to. I did paras
    Economic -
    Economic +
    Social +
    Social -

    Weird to see Anthony Badger defending the New Deal though, usually in historians he slams it for not doing enough
    Badger and Leuchtenberg were great sources but Weiss was a bit rubbish really, only covered one topic and her point of view was very bland
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    (Original post by antigone-)
    Badger and Leuchtenberg were great sources but Weiss was a bit rubbish really, only covered one topic and her point of view was very bland
    I dunno, I kind of liked Weiss's surprised tone when she was talking about the black community loving the New Deal, considering they were left out of most major reform. She was complimentary of social change but in a very backhanded way
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    (Original post by Artmanlikesart)
    I dunno, I kind of liked Weiss's surprised tone when she was talking about the black community loving the New Deal, considering they were left out of most major reform. She was complimentary of social change but in a very backhanded way
    It was a very brief source though, definitely preferred the other two
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    Did anyone do the KKK question?
 
 
 
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