How have the Democratic or Republican Parties Helped or Hurt the US in the last 100 years?
Please be specific, and don't mention the other party. Also, this is not a ? to puff up your party.
The answer should be objective and factually based.
This question is quite broad and cannot be answered without bringing a lot of supporting data to bear. It is quite subjective, depending on your political point of view.
But I am a progressive, and lean toward the Democrats. The New Deal and Franklin D. Roosevelt is responsible for the most profound and positive change over the last century. So, the Democrats have helped and the GOP, not so much.
so you think that SS and Medicare and FICA were as good as what the government gave their employees. FERS and FEHS?
FDR really didn't do anything for Civil Rights, or Blacks in the war being segregated.
No, Brad, I am on Civil Service retirement and it is the best. But, today the bennies are not as good as they once were. While FDR was not perfect, he and his wife, Eleanor, were stark improvement to what was there before, 'nothing'.
Well the FDR and Eleanor did little for the private sector. In fact, gov employees didn't have to have SS under FDR.
Teddy Roosevelt won the last US war, and we have lost every war since then. WWII Nazis take E Europe, End war USSR E Europe. Not a w
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