Reactions to FDR

Reactions to FDR - Reactions to FDR 4/7/2008 11:06:00 AM...

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Reactions to FDR 07/04/2008 11:06:00 Reactions to FDR Huge popular support from farmers and northern business men; all states  except Pennsylvania Maine Delaware New Hampshire Jersey Maryland (?) 3 R’s- Relief Recovery Reform  Media and radio became a median for the people to “see” the president; not  propaganda, but selective photographs gave hope and a good image to the  Polio ridden candidate  No aristocracy in the US but there is a system of deep rooted old money that  would go into politics for “noblesse oblige”  (politics for the betterment of the  common man, not for power or wealth  Americans in general  o Men were no longer sole breadwinner, women began to help support  their family: selling eggs, butter, vegetables; cooking on a very tight  budget  o Young boys and some girls would hop onto trains to see country and 
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