The “New Deal” programs of the 1930s aimed at

(a) transforming American capitalism into a planned socialist economy.
(b) introducing short-term measures to cure the depression but no fundamental changes in the American economy.
(c) introducing measures to deal with the crises and cure the depression combined with measures to restructure important aspects of the economy and increase the role of government in it.
(d) reintroducing laissez-faire policies (non-government intervention) like those that had worked in the 19th century.