Wednesday, January 21, 2009

The part of the reading that I found most interesting was on chapter seven when Roosevelt wanted to create job immediatley to help the sterving people, and all others who need job at the time. He address the delegates and stated that the kind of job that should be created should be some practical job like road and street repair. Instead of starting a big project like creating dams which would benefit the people in some ways but wouldnt create any job. He called it a useless project disguised as relief. The reason why this is so important to me is because it shows that a leader should make good judgement and do what is best for the people.

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