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Eleanor Roosevelt

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Chapter 33- The Great Depression and the New Deal Americans, near the 1932 election, were sinking into a state of poverty and depression Hoover was nominated again by the Republican party FDR was chosen as the Democrat candidate. He was much like TR but TR was pugnacious and confrontational while FDR was suave and conciliatory FDR: Politician in a Wheelchair As a young man he was tall, handsome, etc. but caught a disease and was paralyzed. By fighting his way back from the bottom, he taught himself patience, tolerance, compassion, and strength of will Eleanor Roosevelt, his wife, had a lot to do with his political careers. She would always travel with him, make speeches on his behalf, made speeches, and battled for the poor and equal rights Liberals loved her, conservatives didn?t
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