Courting Racial Justice

President Harry Truman skirts Congress and uses the Justice Department ...


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New Deal

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The Hundred Days' War

United States History Political Science American History U.S. History U.S. Government Essays

When Franklin Roosevelt came to the White House, 13 million—roughly 25 percent of the work force—were unemployed. By the day of  his inauguration, thirty-eight states had closed their banks. Soon the nation would witness the most furious period of legislative activity in American history.

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