Similarities Between Black Tuesday And Franklin D Hoover

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As America’s economic surge was reaching its peak in the 1920s an impending downfall came about. The financial “bubble” popped and on October 29, 1929 the ever so strong stock market crashed, known now as “Black Tuesday”. This created a domino effect that toppled over many other strongly depended on economic infrastructures resulting in the largest national financial crisis ever. At the time, Republican President Hoover implemented his “laissez faire” governing policies which did some good work but not near good enough to bring the country out of this hole. On the other hand, Democratic President Franklin D. Roosevelt insisted on a more “hands on” approach from the governing body, he claimed that this was a federal dilemma and that federal
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