Franklin D. Roosevelt Accepts the Democratic Nomination for President Ca. 1932Unknown - 1932
At the 1932 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, New York governor Franklin D. Roosevelt accepted the nomination for president, pledging that he would create "a new deal" for the American people. Shortly after his election, Roosevelt announced his New Deal program, which would help to correct economic hardships resulting from the Great Depression.
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Copyright Date: ©1932
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