Letter To The President
[Name of the Writer]
[Name of Instructor]
Letter to the president
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20500
Dear Mr. President,
I am writing this letter to you in reference to the proposed new deal programs. As a presidential advisor, based on my responsibility and role I have analyzed and spent a great amount of time on the evaluation of every proposed new deal programs including financial regulations program, health care awareness program, new public programs, Social welfare program along with the race and gender rights programs. All of these programs enlisted the major issues that need to be considered. All these new deals tend to include important aspects in their vision and goal, that are required for our country to provide attention.
However, as an advisory figure to a president, based on my analysis I would like to provide my recommendation in this regard. The recommendation is meant to provide an account for you to prefer one among the above-enlisted programs.
To consider the results, I would like to recommend the “New public program” from the proposed new deal programs, compared with the list of other programs. The reason for recommending this specific program is that considering our goal and agenda for this year, our priority for public development is correlated with the vision and goal of this program. Moreover, it will eventually help us in maximizing our efforts in the public interest. However, other programs also articulate important causes, but as based on our agenda, our priority leads us to recommend this one.
To consider the importance of this program, it will attempt to deal with the public issues directly and will help the state in determining the solutions and steps that can be taken towards the issue. Furthermore, the impact of this program will be extended as it covers the multiple domains related to the public.
All the information provided above is based on the results of my analysis. I would like you to look into the matter.
X, Y, Z
Schlesinger, Arthur M. The Coming of the New Deal: 1933-1935, The Age of Roosevelt. Vol. 2. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2003.
Hawley, Ellis Wayne. The New Deal and the problem of monopoly. Princeton University Press, 2015.
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