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Let's do some HISTORY!. Herbert Hoover. Herbert Hoover was one of the most qualified and able men to ever have been President of the United States. Yet while he was in office, he was one of the most disliked and abused presidents in our history. Who was this guy?. orphan passed around

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Herbert Hoover was one of the most qualified and able men to ever have been President of the United States.



Who was this guy
Who was this guy? and abused presidents in our history.

  • orphan

  • passed around

  • farm boy

  • industrious

  • self-reliant

  • thrifty


Qualifications to be president
Qualifications to be President and abused presidents in our history.

  • educated

  • hard worker

  • hero

  • successful businessman

  • problem solver

  • good administrator

  • government experience


Was hoover a good guy
Was Hoover a Good Guy? and abused presidents in our history.


Why do some good guys go bad once they become president
Why do some Good Guys go bad once they become President? and abused presidents in our history.


Was the great depression hoover s fault
Was the Great Depression Hoover’s fault? and abused presidents in our history.


Beyond his control
Beyond his control... and abused presidents in our history.

  • international problems

  • unbalanced economy

  • distribution of purchasing power

  • debt

  • overproduction


Why was hoover in this position was it deserved
Why was Hoover in this position? and abused presidents in our history. Was it deserved?


HISTORY and abused presidents in our history.


How to recover
How to Recover? and abused presidents in our history.


Hoover s response
Hoover’s Response and abused presidents in our history.


Bonus marchers
Bonus Marchers and abused presidents in our history.

  • veterans’ point

  • government’s point


Bonus marchers1

Gov’t and abused presidents in our history.

Veterans

Bonus Marchers


Clean em out
CLEAN ‘EM OUT!!! and abused presidents in our history.

  • rationale

  • action

  • reaction


“With the government callous and blundering, with the business elite defensive about the disrepute it had brought on itself, with depression still spreading, Americans began to fear that the whole political and economic system might collapse.”


“Yet they waited patiently, as they had so often before in times of trouble, to see whether the presidential campaign would give them a vote for a brighter future.”


Did the republicans have to nominate hoover in 1932
Did the Republicans “have” to nominate Hoover in 1932? times of trouble, to see whether the presidential campaign would give them a vote for a brighter future.”


Who was fdr
Who was FDR? times of trouble, to see whether the presidential campaign would give them a vote for a brighter future.”

  • a rich Roosevelt

  • highly educated

  • political experience

  • Governor of New York

  • polio victim


the right guy at the right time? times of trouble, to see whether the presidential campaign would give them a vote for a brighter future.”


"a new deal for the American people" times of trouble, to see whether the presidential campaign would give them a vote for a brighter future.”


FDR election strategy times of trouble, to see whether the presidential campaign would give them a vote for a brighter future.”


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