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Hoover’s political and ideological philosophy was to remain true to capitalist, traditional economic values held for years by Americans. Government should not interfere, and the economy would eventually right itself. Also, Hoovers take on the issues at hand were passive, and as a result, many people blamed Hoover for the increasing Depression= Hoovervilles. His ideas of voluntary assistance proved to be his downfall in the Election of 1932.
FDR’s philosophy and ideologies rested in his desire to bring immediate, and drastic, change to the economic landscape, to help push Americans out fo the depression. Many saw ihis ideas as socialist, but for FDR, federal government regulation and aaid was necessary. DRR’s regulations and changes in federal government permeated for years to come. even to today. For believing this, FDR won a sweeping victory in the presidential Election of 1932.
They both tried to stop the Great Depression. They also were looking for new ways to make America a better social and economical country. President Hoover became unpopular because he was president when the U.S. went into the Great Depression. Franklin Roosevelt became popular because he was the president that got us out of the Great Depression. Hoover was not making a difference. Roosevelt was making a difference because he was pulling the U.S. out of the Great Depression.
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