Break foolish traditions o democrat represented

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Break foolish traditions o Democrat represented progress o Remake classical liberalism New Deal Dem Platform calls fro balanced budget 1932 devicit was 1.5 Billion Called for spending on Public works, unemployment FDR was full of riddles Nat. Econ. Planning is needed to solve issues of overproduction and under consumption that FDR believed led to the depression Fed. Gov. owed everyone the chance FDR goes not believe in welfare Gov needs to give people jobs Focus on agriculture (Kansas) o 1/5 of the economy FDR in Pittsburg o Says he will balance the budget Hoover says FDR is a communist Hoover mentions the mob and the bonus army balttle o Repudiated by the American people FDR wins everywhere except AA who stayed with Lincoln Neither brought about economic recovery People in Depression are looking for spiritual leadership - When Obama was picoted as FDR FDR- Gutsy, cheerful, secretive FDR develops polio later on Self confidence - No conception of presidency - Inspire loyalty - Had deciples - Great sense of humor System of Governance by Fiction Mdedia used to communicate and connect to others Fireside Chats
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Huge Jackson National Industrial recovery act - Business could get together and oversee the creation of codes of air competiotion - NRA is an ececutive branch agency - Congress delegates them - Emphasis on voluntarism Public works Administartion State, local, federal gov -
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