Franklin Delano Roosevelt
This figure lost much popular support when he tried to fill the Supreme Court with political allies.
This figure was assassinated by a lone gunman in the Louisiana State Senate chambers in Baton Rouge.
This figure's populist rhetoric transformed into flagrant anti-Semitism.
Bob La Follette
This figure pushed for greater unionization and government intervention in the private sector in his 1924 run for president.
John L. Lewis
This figure is considered by many to be the father of the modern American labor movement.
Dr. Francis Townsend
This figure's progressive ideas regarding American healthcare became the template for the American system of Social Security.
This character, a 1935 presidential candidate, was regarded by his contemporaries as a boring and hopeless candidate.
This figure was a famous author who was concerned about the burgeoning migrant fruit picker population.
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