Franklin D. Roosevelt Delivers His First Inaugural Speech Ca. 1933Unknown - 1933
Severe public dissatisfaction over Republican president Herbert Hoover's handling of the Great Depression led to Democratic landslide victories in the 1932 election, including the election of Franklin D. Roosevelt to the presidency. In his inaugural speech, Roosevelt, who campaigned on the strength of the relief programs he instituted while governor of New York, believed that in overcoming the Great Depression, "[t]he only thing we have to fear is fear itself".
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Copyright Date: ©1933
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