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Brain Trust   -   ∙ The Brain Trust was the nickname coined by New York newspapers for  the group of political advisors that Roosevelt gathered together to help him gain the  presidential nomination in 1932. The group included political scientist Raymond Moley  and the lawyer Adolf Berle. They wrote the momentous "Forgotten Man" speech, which  Roosevelt delivered in 1932, confirming his progressive agenda and gaining him much  positive publicity.  The Hundred Days   -   ∙ Immediately upon entering office, the enthusiastic President  Roosevelt called Congress to an Emergency Session that lasted from March 9 through  June 16, 1933, in which the body passed all the major legislation of the first New Deal.  This included the creation of the CCC, the AAA, the NRA, and the Emergency Banking  Act.  Fireside Chats  -   ∙ Roosevelt had employed the radio to good advantage since his 
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