American Association for Public Opinion Research Economic Class and Popular Support for Franklin Roosevelt in War and Peace

@inproceedings{Baum2011AmericanAF,
  title={American Association for Public Opinion Research Economic Class and Popular Support for Franklin Roosevelt in War and Peace},
  author={Matthew A. Baum and Samuel Kernell},
  year={2011}
}
History has judged FDR as one of America's greatest leaders in part because he maintained the public's confidence in seeing the nation through the travails of the Depression and World War II. During this era, the two most widely employed explanatory variables in contemporary presidential popularity scholarship-the conomy and war-assumed their most extreme values of the twentieth century. Hence, not only is understanding Roosevelt's public support historically important, but it represents a… CONTINUE READING

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