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I want to preach a new doctrine. A complete separation of business and government.
~ Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945), U.S. president. Dedication speech, July 4, 1929, at Tammany Hall’s new headquarters. Nathan Miller, F.D.R.: An Intimate History, p. 234, Doubleday & Co. (1983).

A theme which FDR often referred to in his articles and speeches in the 1920s was the degree to which the Republican Party represented big business to the exclusion of the rest of the populace. This related to his perception of the “economic royalists” (in an address during the 1936 campaign), whom he believed had brought the nation to disaster in the twenties. ~
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