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The presidential election of Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1932 had risen the nation’s hope of economic restoration. Over three years of unrelenting hardship had taken damage on the American psyche. Roosevelt’s landslide electoral victory over former president Herbert Hoover, signaled a thorough rejection of the existing state of affairs and a desire for a new approach on “fixing the national economic crisis” (Hurley). The new president would not let down the nation. During his first two terms in office, FDR “enforced legislation through Congress that set a new standard for government intervention in the economy” (wm.edu).