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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject History - America, grade: 2,0, University of Constance, course: Organisation and Administration, language: English, abstract: My paper will trace the era of the 32. President of the United States of America, FranklinDelano Roosevelt (FDR)1, Member of the Democrats, who introduced the president as anactive and representative member of the government. His presidency (1933-1945) had aduration of three terms, and part of a fourth term. He emerged as the Great Depression andthe banking crisis had reached their peak. America was in need of…mehr

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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject History - America, grade: 2,0, University of Constance, course: Organisation and Administration, language: English, abstract: My paper will trace the era of the 32. President of the United States of America, FranklinDelano Roosevelt (FDR)1, Member of the Democrats, who introduced the president as anactive and representative member of the government. His presidency (1933-1945) had aduration of three terms, and part of a fourth term. He emerged as the Great Depression andthe banking crisis had reached their peak. America was in need of governmentalintervention. Whilst the Hooverian times can be cited as having stood under a ratherdiffident administration, the FDR era signifies a shift towards activeness of the executivebranch in terms of decision making and the initiating of laws. Roosevelts' presidency is inso far one of the most significant in the history of the American presidency, as thisadministration would overcome certain historical concepts, that had often before proven tobe problematic. There were issues such as the strict separation of powers and the Congress'domination over the White House which were seen upon differently 1947, when Trumantook over the presidency from FDR, than in 1932, before Roosevelt was elected.This transformation through Roosevelt's administration has its foundation in manyaspects. It overcame problematic historical concepts such as the strict separation of powersand the Congress' domination over the White House and changed it for good. Also FDRgave a new meaning to agenda setting and managed to define a new president-to-citizenrelationship,making use of news media and radio to directly communicate to the peoplewhilst before him the president and his personality played a minor role in this office.But the most important action Roosevelt took was initiating the "New Deal",aconcept which contains so many levels, that they can hardly be outlaid in total in this termpaper. It is a complex and disputed topic that is in some points even held vaguely, countlessbooks have been written about this era and viewed it from historical, legal, institutional,even psychological aspects.