Harry S. Truman


What was the Fair Deal?

Truman’s “Fair Deal” was the name given to his policies for improving the lives of average Americans. His domestic “Fair Deal” program included federal funding for housing, increases in the minimum wage, improved civil rights, and increased Social Security benefits.


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