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From left to right: Hoover, Roosevelt, Trump, Obama
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First One Hundred Days, From FDR To Trump


The marker of the "First 100 Days' of a new presidency traces its origins to Franklin Roosevelt's arrival in the White House in 1933, when the Democratic president followed through on a series of promised measures to urgently reverse the economic policies of his predecessor, the hapless Herbert Hoover. This initial policy sprint would not only help pull the country out of the Great Depression, but would eventually be cemented into the New Deal, a thorough rewriting of the socio-economic contract of the government of the United States with its citizenry.

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