Collective Bargaining, Another New Deal is needed but implemented and regulated by the People instead of elected officials

During the Roosevelt administration, the New Deal was a reorganization and implementation of government operational securities for the welfare and prosperity of the American people. The New Deal became a major project within the USA after there were major money losses (the stock market crash of 1929) and the population as a whole, fell into great dispair. The entire era of the USA’s financial fall should be reviewed. The various crimes (racketeering, big money swindling) of the 1920s that contributed to the USA’s fall has surfaced again. However today’s crime with corruption in the USA, are more critical and the impact is more fast falling that most people could ever imagine.

~AmericaOnCoffee (AWOL)~
The New Deal was a series of programs and projects instituted during the Great Depression by President Franklin D. Roosevelt that aimed to restore prosperity to Americans. When Roosevelt took office in 1933, he acted swiftly to stabilize the economy and provide jobs and relief to those who were suffering.

Over the next eight years, the government instituted a series of experimental New Deal projects and programs, such as the CCC, the WPA, the TVA, the SEC and others, that aimed to restore some measure of dignity and prosperity to many Americans. Roosevelt’s New Deal fundamentally and permanently changed the federal government’s relationship to U.S. citizens.

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Again 2018, a reorganization is needed, but on a broader scale which encompasses the restructuring of our judicial system, bringing offshore jobs and needed investments back to the USA. The matters at hand are so grave, that serious, positive steps need to be taken– immediately. Not by the corrupt, criminal. elected, government officials, but, by the very, divided, American PEOPLE. ~AmericaOnCoffee (AWOL)~

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