AP Lang group work; Context.
•Speaker: Franklin D. Roosevelt is being inaugurated into presidency. He is a white, older male with priorities of the American people first. He addresses his plan to fix the current economic crisis. •Genre: Speech
•Audience: American citizens are being addressed as concerns over the nation's financial state dominate the context of the speech. These are the people that have continued to support Roosevelt which is the mass majority of the population as he won in a landslide victory.
•Setting: During President Roosevelt's inauguration at the White House in 1933, the American economy was still in widespread distress. There was a national feeling of despair and discouragement as the greatest nation in the world hits their lowest point in history. F.D.R. attempts to revitalize national spirit with his renown plan of action: the New Deal, which spurred employment and, perhaps, one of the most unifying moments in American history with his landslide victory.
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