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FDR and the Bonus Marchers, 1933-1935

Best, Gary Dean

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ISBN 10: 0275937151 / ISBN 13: 9780275937157
Verlag: Praeger Publishers, Westport, Conn. Usa, 1992
Gebraucht Zustand: Fine Hardcover
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Boards tight and straight, corners sharp and inner pages unmarked. Gilt lettering, gilt-framed burgundy rectangle on front and spine; . Includes index, notes, and a bibliographic essay; 3 pp. B&W photos. ; 147 pages. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 100283

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Titel: FDR and the Bonus Marchers, 1933-1935

Verlag: Praeger Publishers, Westport, Conn. Usa

Erscheinungsdatum: 1992

Einband: Hardcover


Zustand des Schutzumschlags: No Dust Jacket

Auflage: First; First Printing

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The Bonus Marcher incident of the summer of 1932 during the Hoover administration is one of the best known events of the 1930s. Historians and Roosevelt biographers have ever since contrasted the humane treatment of the Bonus Marchers under FDR with the apparent callousness of Hoover. Yet FDR experienced his own Bonus Marcher incident in 1935, one that goes unmentioned in histories of the New Deal years. Fearful of another incident, the Roosevelt administration shipped hundreds of bonus marchers to rehabilitation camps in the South. Many were sent to camps in the Florida Keys for work on the overseas highway project. Largely ignored by Washington, the men were housed in flimsy shacks barely above sea level. As the devastating hurricane of Labor Day 1935 approached the keys, the Bonus Marchers waited unprotected in its path for their supervisors to move them to safety. Confused, divided, and inexperienced leadership, however, prevented help from arriving in time. At least 256 perished.

This is an oral and documentary history of the tragedy and is designed for a general audience, as well as for those interested specifically in the 1930s and the Roosevelt administration. It finally balances the Hoover and FDR records on the Bonus Marchers and gives a valuable graphic description of a terrible human tragedy that could easily have been avoided.

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This oral and documentary history of the tragedy of 256 bonus marchers killed by a hurricane after being moved to rehabilitation camps by the FDR administration is designed for a general audience as well as for those interested in the 1930s.

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