William E. Leuchtenburg





William E. Leuchtenburg

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in Ridgewood, New York, The United States
September 28, 1922

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Average rating: 3.68 · 590 ratings · 72 reviews · 33 distinct works · Similar authors
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In the Shadow of FDR: From ...
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The Supreme Court Reborn: T...
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American Places
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A Troubled Feast: American ...
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The FDR Years: On Roosevelt...
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The White House Looks South...
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The Hundred Days'  War: Fra...
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“In the spring of 1931, West African natives in the Cameroons sent New York $3.77 for relief for the "starving"; that fall Amtorgs's new York office received 100,000 applications for job in Soviet Russia. On a single weekend in April, 1932, the 'Ile de france' and other transatlantic liner carried nearly 4,000 workingmen back to Europe; in June, 500 Rhode Island aliens departed for Mediterranean ports.”
William E. Leuchtenburg, Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1932-1940

“In Chicago [during the Great Depression], a crowd of some fifty hungry men fought over barrel of garbage set outside the back door of restaurant”
William E. Leuchtenburg, Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1932-1940



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