New Dealism
noun see New Deal

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • new dealism — ˌlizəm noun (plural new dealisms) Etymology: new deal + ism : political orientation based on the use of new deal techniques in government : advocacy of a governmental new deal …   Useful english dictionary

  • New Deal — noun Etymology: from the supposed resemblance to the situation of freshness and equality of opportunity afforded by a fresh deal in a card game Date: 1932 the legislative and administrative program of President F. D. Roosevelt designed to promote …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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