Presidential Election of 1932

 

“HOLDS ROOSEVELT ‘GOOD AS ELECTED’”
(Date Unknown)

After the mayhem of the Bonus Army, many of Hoover’s critics said that he had just lost any chance at re-election.  As a result, many predicted that Roosevelt would be a shoe-in. 

“Daddy, Just What Have YOU Done in the Great War on Depression?”
(September 30, 1932)

Critics of Congress’s newfound Democrat lead majority thought their only goal was to smear Hoover’s public image, in hopes of decreasing his chances at re-election in 1932.

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