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Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945), U.S. President (1933-1945), ca. 1942

Franklin D. Roosevelt 1882-1945, U.s Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

1932, many Americans were fed up with Hoover and what Franklin Roosevelt later called his “hear nothing, see nothing, do nothing government.” The Democratic presidential candidate, New York governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt, promised a change: “I pledge myself,” he said, “to a New Deal for the American people.” This New Deal would use the power of the federal government to try and stop the economy’s downward spiral. Roosevelt won that year’s election handily.

1932, many Americans were fed up with Hoover and what Franklin Roosevelt later called his “hear nothing, see nothing, do nothing government.” The Democratic presidential candidate, New York governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt, promised a change: “I pledge myself,” he said, “to a New Deal for the American people.” This New Deal would use the power of the federal government to try and stop the economy’s downward spiral. Roosevelt won that year’s election handily.

April 1945 Death: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the longest serving president in American history, of a cerebral hemorrhage PM) in Warm Springs, Georgia, three months into his fourth term and less than one month before the surrender of Germany.

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