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How did Hoover's and Roosevelt's approaches to handling the Great Depression differ? A. They both held the same views. B. FDR believed that social services should be handled by private charities; Hoover didn't. C. FDR believed that federal government should take an active role in the economy; Hoover didn't. D. Hoover believed that federal government should take an active role in the economy; FDR didn't.


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kat2497

2 years ago Comment

Hoover believed that you should not help people during a hard times. FDR was the complete opposite he wanted to help the american people get out of the great depression. So your answer is C.