What does the cartoon suggest about the public’s opinion of President Roosevelt’s handling of the government’s response to the depression, which was affecting millions of people in the United States?
That Roosevelt and the government were out of touch with the realities of the depression and randomly using a myriad of new government programs in the hope that they would solve people’s problems.
That the many new government programs implemented during the New Deal period were put in place with the confident expectation that they would deliver relief, recovery and reform
That President Roosevelt presented a somewhat lofty and abstract appearance to the public, but was deftly putting in place a well thought out series of public aid programs with a high chance of success
That Roosevelt methodically ushered in a series of well thought out government aid programs that thoughtfully and precisely addressed the hardship caused by the depression
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Shoemaker, Vaughn. “New Deal Lexicon.” Cartoon. Chicago Daily News 1935. Retrieved from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaughn_Shoemaker
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