[Franklin D. Roosevelt] 1932 Presidential Campaign.
A Collection of Pamphlets and Broadsides from Franklin D. Roosevelt’s 1932 campaign.Twelve Pamphlets: "Campaign Book of the Democratic Party Candidates and Issues 1932"; "The Tragic Folly of the Past Four Years"; "Franklin D. Roosevelt, Who He Is, What He Has Done"; "Power Protection of the Public Interest"; "The Railroads: Republican Mistakes and Democratic Remedies"; "Tariff: Grundyism Responsible for Ills of the Farmer"; "Agriculture: What is Wrong and What to Do About It"; "The Labor Record of Franklin D. Roosevelt"; "Platform Adopted by The Democratic National Convention 1932"; "When Do We Eat?"; "President Hoover Stood For…" Two booklets: "Everybody’s Political P-R-I-M-E-R"; "What Our Government Should Do For Us, What We Should Do For Our Government: The Belief of Franklin Roosevelt As To What Makes Good Government And Good Citizens" Ten Broadsides: "As to “Swapping Horses”"; "Three Reason Why Every Woman Should Vote for Roosevelt and Garner"; "Nobody Knows How Dry They Are"; "Your Electric Bill"; "The Forgotten Farmer"; "The Public Pays"; "Why Wage Earners Want Roosevelt and Garner"; "The Home Loan Bunk"; "Half a Million Life Insurance"; "First to Face the Emergency." OCLC records exist for a few of the pamphlets, but they are scarce, and only a few institutional collections have them, and if they do they are in the rare books special collections. There is only one record for one broadside. Everything is in very good to fine condition. One pamphlet has a neat signature on the top margin of the front cover. One broadside top edge is faded and has a very short tear.