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The year was 1933. The country was in the Great Depression: huge unemployment, soup lines, banking crisis, despair, gloom and doom. Franklin Roosevelt had just been elected because, as he said "Lack of leadership in Washington has brought our country face to face with serious questions of unemployment and financial depression." Many assumed he had more charm than backbone. On March 4, Roosevelt was inaugurated.
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