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American Rhetoric in the New Deal Era, 1932-1945: A Rhetorical History of the United States, Volume 7
edited by Thomas Benson
Michigan State University Press, 2006
eISBN: 978-1-60917-007-3 | Cloth: 978-0-87013-767-9
Library of Congress Classification E806.A638 2006
Dewey Decimal Classification 973.917

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The New Deal era is hard to define with precision—in time or in ideology. Some historians use New Deal to designate the intense period of domestic reform legislation of the first Franklin Delano Roosevelt administration, 1933–37. Others confine discussion of the era to the legislation of 1933, and identify another wave of legislation in 1935 as a Second New Deal. Most of the essays in this book focus on the prewar period, with glimpses that look forward to the rhetoric of the approach to and engagement in World War II.



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