Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Franklin D. Roosevelt, frequently referred to as, FDR, was born on 30th January, 1882, in Hyde Park, New York. In 1921 he was diagnosed with polio. He became the 32nd president of the United States in 1933, and was the only president, elected four times. His uncle, Theodore Roosevelt was the former president.
FDR led the United States through World War II and the Great Depression, and significantly swelled the powers of the central government through a chain of reforms and programs branded the New Deal. In 1945, FDR passed away in Georgia.
In 1928, Al Smith pressed FDR to vie for governorship in New York. He was by a small margin elected, and the win granted him confidence that his political star was levitating. FDR sensed opportunity in 1930 when the Republicans were being accuse for the Great Depression.
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forestry work and flood control via the formation of the (CCC); Federal Emergency Relief Act- distributed $500 million to localities and states for relief;
The Agricultural Adjustment Act which decreased crop excesses by funding farmers who willingly reduced production; Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Act which permitted the central government to build power plants and dams in the Valley of Tennessee,
joined with industrial and agricultural planning, to produce and vend the power, and to participate in area improvement; and the Federal Securities Act to solidify control of the securities trade. By 1936, the economy exhibited signs of recovery. Unemployment had fallen from 25% to 14% and the national gross product was up 34%.
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