HERBLOCK_POLITICAL_CARTOONS + 1936   1

“Don’t Look Now, but He’s Still Standing There” - JPG
As President Franklin Roosevelt and Congress made plans for economic recovery during the 1936 election year, unemployment loomed large. At the beginning of 1936, economists predicted that unemployment would continue unabated, despite government infusion of money into the economy. More than 11,000,000 people remained unemployed, virtually unchanged from 1932, despite the increase in national productivity. Republican critics assailed Roosevelt and his policies and began the campaign lecture circuit against him.
1936 
september 2010 by HERBLOCK_POLITICAL_CARTOONS

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