The end of reform : New Deal liberalism in recession and war /
When Franklin D. Roosevelt and his Democratic party won a landslide victory in the 1936 elections, the way seemed open for the New Deal to complete the restructuring of American government it had begun in 1933. But, as Alan Brinkley makes clear, no sooner were the votes counted than the New Deal beg...
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Alfred A. Knopf,
Evans: Library Stacks
E806 .B747 1995
Donated by Virginia and James Wiley '46 for the Jayne and William Mobley Collection in Presidential Studies.
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