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How did FDR take advantage of the popularity of radios in the 1930s? He urged companies to advertise on the radio to encourage spending during the Depression. He broadcast a series of speeches to connect with and reassure US citizens. He broadcast comedies and church services to raise the morale of US citizens. He used radio newscasts to campaign for his reelection for a second term. He used them to bash political opponents.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
He broadcast a series of speeches to connect with and reassure US citizens.
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