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The Resource Roosevelt : the party leader, 1932-1945, Sean J. Savage

Roosevelt : the party leader, 1932-1945, Sean J. Savage

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Roosevelt : the party leader, 1932-1945
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Roosevelt
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the party leader, 1932-1945
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Sean J. Savage
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eng
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FDR -- the wily political opportunist glowing with charismatic charm, a leader venerated and hated with equal vigor -- such is one common notion of a president elected to an unprecedented four terms. But in this first comprehensive study of Roosevelt's leadership of the Democratic party, Sean Savage reveals a different man. He contends that, far from being a mere opportunist, Roosevelt brought to the party a conscious agenda, a longterm strategy of creating a liberal Democracy that would be an enduring majority force in American politics. The roots of Roosevelt's plan for the party ran back to
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Roosevelt : the party leader, 1932-1945, Sean J. Savage
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Roosevelt : the party leader, 1932-1945, Sean J. Savage
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130jnnk
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  • Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: The Master Party-Builder; 1 The Development of a Party-Building Strategy; 2 A Foundation for Party-Building; Development of a Democratic Policy Agenda; Patronage and Party-Building; Congress: The Intraparty Politics of the New Deal; Intraparty Legislative Battles; The New Deal and Black Voters; A New Democratic Party under the New Deal; 3 Roosevelt and the Machine Bosses; The Bosses' Role in the Democratic Party; Frank Hague: ""Hitler on the Hudson""; Ed Kelly and the Rise of the Chicago Machine
  • Tom Pendergast and the Demise of a MachineEd Flynn and New York Politics; The Bosses and a Liberal Democratic Party; 4 Roosevelt and the Democratic National Committee; FDR's Concept of the DNC's Role; The DNC under Parley; DNC Finances (1932-1944); Special DNC Divisions; DNC Chairmen (1932-1945); 5 The Formation of an Electoral Coalition, 1932-1936; The 1932 Election; The 1936 Election; 6 The Purge Campaigns of 1938; 7 The Struggle to Maintain a Liberal Party, 1940-1944; The 1940 Election; The 1944 Election; Epilogue: FDR's Legacy in the Democratic Party; Notes; Index
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