• Yes, Bennet's New Deal was realistic.

    In my opinion, Bennet's New Deal was realistic and if it had been adopted in its entirety it would have benefited the Canadian population and helped them to recover faster from the great depression. Unfortunately Bennet failed to gain the trust and commitment of the majority party and failed in his efforts to improve the Canadian economy.

  • Not only was it realistic, but we still benefit from it today

    Like Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal, Bennet's New Deal was an extremely progressive economic strategy that involved high levels of federal spending, and the establishment of social welfare programs. Many of these programs still exist today, and the goal of the New Deal-to help alleviate poverty and curb income inequality- was both fully realistic and absolutely worthy of pursuit.

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