Roosevelt Policies in Practice

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The Campaign and the Roosevelt Record

Experiments undertaken and reforms instituted by the Roosevelt administration since March 4, 1933, have stirred up more general controversy over the respective powers and prerogatives of the state and federal governments than has occurred at any time since before the Civil War. The President's championship of the exercise of federal power in attempts to cure national ills and promote recovery has evoked from adherents of “rugged individualism” charges of “regimentation” and of undue centralization of authority at Washington. Coincidentally, there ...

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