Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1932-1940 Setting & Symbolism

William E. Leuchtenburg
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Chicago, Illinois

Chicago is the site of the Democratic convention in June, 1932.

Washington DC

Washington DC is the location of the United States government.

Atlantic City, New Jersey

Atlantic City was the site of the 1935 convention of the American Federation of Labor, and where the rift between John L. Lewis and his industrial unions brought about a separation from the AFL.

San Francisco, California

San Francisco was the site of a general strike in 1934. It was eventually settled through the use of arbitration and the recognition of several unions.

Albany, New York

Albany is the capital of New York. It is where many of the Roosevelt administration members worked when Roosevelt was governor of New York.

Germany

Germany is the nation in Europe where Adolph Hitler gained power and his policies resulted in World War II.

Japan

Japan was one of the principals involved in the Axis of...

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