Waiting For the New Deal

The cartoons in this section, Waiting For the New Deal,are from the period January 5, 1933 to March 15, 1933. Roosevelthad been overwhelmingly elected but the nation would have to wait until March Fourthfor FDR to take office. An advisor once told FDR that if he solved the nation's problems he would be remembered as a great president. But if he failed hewould be remembered as the last president. The cartoons from January 1933to March of 1933 reflect the nation's anxious feelings during that period. Anadditional cartoon, NRA and The Future Generations, is included in this sectionto recognize the work of the AP United States History Class, The Jedi (94-95) who pioneered this project of preservation and computerized indexing.
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NRA And The Future Generations
Jensen in the Wheeling Intelligencer

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Seeking Advice on Bronco-Busting
Elderman in the Washington Post

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The Harmony Boys.
Unknown Artist in the New York City World Telegram

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Itís Been Tried
Web Brown in an Unknown Newspaper

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The March 4th Reception Committee
Morris in the Brooklyn Citizen

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Do They Always Do That?
Berryman in the Washington Star

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I Hope You Can Put The Real Roosevelt Sock Into It Franklin.
Morris in the Hoboken Observer

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An Unfortunate wait
Clubb in the Plainfield (NJ) News

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Frank Are You Sure It Won't Explode?
Berryman in the Washington Star

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Get All The Practice You Can, Franklin
Unknown Artist in the Chicago News

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A True Fish Story.
Jerry Doyle in the Philadelphia Record

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Congress Delegates The Authority
Ding (Darling) in the Chicago Journal of Commerce

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Sweeping Changes Are Expected After March 4th
Morris in the Hoboken Observer

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"Oh, Boy--It Won't Be Long Now!"
Herblock in the Long Branch (NJ) Record

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Hail and Farewell
Clubb in the Rochester (NY) Times Union

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The New Chauffeur
Bruce Shanks in an Unknown Newspaper

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If He Doesnít Watch Out Weíll All Be Democrats Next Session
Carlisle in the Atlanta Constitution

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A New Captain At The Wheel
Unknown Artist in the Portland (OR) Journal

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The First Job For The New Engineer
Hutton in the Marshall (TX) Messenger

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His First Girl
Unknown Artist in the Memphis Evening Appeal

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Keeping His Nose On The Grindstone
S.S. Byck in the Brooklyn Times

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Hotel America
T.E. Power in an Unknown Newspaper

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It Was An Ancient Mariner
Hoban in the New York American

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Looks As If The New Leadership Was Really Going To Lead
S.J. Ray in the Kansas City (MO) Star

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It IS a New Deal
Talburt in the Pittsburgh Press

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He's A Roosevelt All Right.
S.J. Ray in the Richmond Times Dispatch

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A Clear Track!
Hungerford in the Newark Star Eagle

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The Man Of The Hour
Fred O. Seibel in the Richmond Times Dispatch

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Just Like That!
Talburt in the Washington News

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The Faster He Works The Sooner He Eats
Clubb in the Rochester (NY) Times Union

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