The supreme court's decision on denying the approval of fdr's bills was the best option to stop recession.

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The Supreme Court’s decision on denying the approval of FDR’s bills was the best option to stop recession.

“All progress is precarious, and the solution of one problem brings us face to face withanother problem.” Martin Luther King wrote these words in his book called ‘'Strength to Love” in 1963. Solutions do open doors for new problems and during the recession, this was no exception. Theonly difference was that when Franklin D. Roosevelt found effective solutions, the Supreme Court decided that they already had enough problems and didn’t even give his bills a chance, prolonging therecession.
President Roosevelt’s New Deal was a large package of laws and economic programs that were created in order to save the United States from the depression it was going through. The SupremeCourt believed that a large amount of programs and laws were not constitutional, like the Agricultural Adjustment Administration also known as AAA. This program allowed farmers to actually have a say inthe process benefitting once all of the crops were put out to sell. The Supreme Court claimed that AAA was "a statutory plan to regulate and control agricultural production [is] a matter beyond thepowers delegated to the federal government… ", which brings me to my first argument: AAA gave the farmers what they deserved for working in precarious conditions while receiving the lowest income. Andno, it was not a matter beyond the federal government for it is its duty to do everything they possibly can for the better of their people and their country. The Supreme Court also declared the NRA orNational Recovery Administration unconstitutional as well. The NRA attempted to promote industrial cooperation as well as recovery for those in need which takes me to my second argument: the NRA wascreated in order to help the harsh economical situation as well as the people who most needed the financial assistance. The unemployment rate during President Roosevelt’s time in chair was 21.7%...