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How and why the Long, Townsend, and Sinclair plans were attractive to the American public as an addition to the New Deal.

How and why the Long, Townsend, and Sinclair plans were attractive to the American public as an addition to the New Deal.WHAT MADE THE LONG, TOWNSEND, AND SINCLAIR PROPOSALS ATTRACTIVE TO AMERICANS WHO WANTED ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE TO THE NEEDY? WHY?
Use these sources:
Huey Long’s “Share Our Wealth” from his own words in the U.S. Senate in May 1935;
Dr. Francis Townsend’s “Old Age Revolving Pensions” from the bill proposed in Congress in January 1935;
Upton Sinclair’s “End Poverty in California” from an October 1934 article in Literary Digest.