2 March 2019
In what seemed like the depths of economic and social depression, the incumbent president and his challenger not only debated the causes of the country’s problems and proposed various solutions, they also debated about the very nature of government in America, what it should and should not do, and how it should relate to its citizens and the states.
- Commonwealth Club Address, 23 SEP 1932, Franklin Roosevelt
- Consequences of the Proposed ‘New Deal,‘ 31 OCT 1932, Herbert Hoover
- Christopher Burkett, Ashland University
- John Moser, Ashland University
- Joseph Postell, University of Colorado – Colorado Springs