The Real Deal: How FDR Got into Pictures

Chicago Reader | April 14, 2008
When Franklin Roosevelt campaigned for president in 1932 he promised to attack America's economic woes through "bold, persistent experimentation," and the fascinating new program from the National Archives -- "For a Better America: The New Deal on Film" -- shows how that experimentation found its way onto movie screens.

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