The role of government changed drastically during the 1930s. In the 1920s the government didn’t touch the American people, and they only helped businesses, because they thought business was the solution to all America’s problems. This affected home life very much, because it left the people to take care of themselves when they had nothing. When FDR was elected in the 1930s the role of government changed to help the American people and give them relief when they were in need. FDR programs really help the US get back on track. The WPA program gave jobs to unemployed men in the 1930s. The programs gave relief to families, banks, the working class, and farmers.
The country changed for the better in the 1930s. A wide variety of ways of life and aspects of the government changed during the 1930s leaving it amazing at the end but miserable in the making. Home life, leisure time, the economy, and the role of government changed drastically during the 1930s.