Who was the author of "A New Deal", the book that inspired Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1932 election platform?
#54864. Asked by Flem-ish. (Feb 06 05 3:23 AM)
Stuart Chase, 1932.|
It can hardly be given sole credit as the inspiration for Roosevelt's platform.
Here are a few of the publications that contributed:
Charles A. Beard, “The Rationality of Planned Economy,” in America Faces the Future (1932)
Rexford G. Tugwell, “The Principle of Planning and the Institution of Laissez-Faire,” American Economic Review (1932)
Stuart Chase, A New Deal (1932)
Chester Davis, “Toward Planned Harvests,” Review of Reviews (1933)
Maxwell S. Stewart, “Where Everyone Has a Job,” Survey Graphic (1931)
It does seem to have been the inspiration for the popular name of the program. I had always thought I had heard an FDR quote, "...a new deal for all Americans," but cannot find a reference. Can anyone help on that?
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