anonymous
  • anonymous
What was one of the main reasons Hoover lost the election of 1932? Americans felt Hoover’s reforms had not done enough to help them directly. Voters were angered by protectionist measures that inhibited foreign trade. Voters wanted a repeal of Prohibition laws of the 1920s. His opponent led a smear campaign that diminished his image in the public eye.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@paki
paki
  • paki
Roosevelt understood the power of the media early on and used it effectively to convey his message to the people. He was the first to extensively use radio and he appealed to the voters who were mired in the poverty caused by the depression.He understood the power of the media early on and used it effectively to convey his message to the people. The 1932 election coverage was mostly favorable to both candidates. It focused on the substance of the candidates’ position on the economy. The reporters were very respectful of the candidates and addressed them as either Mr. or by the title of their position, i.e. President Hoover, or Governor Roosevelt. The reporter’s opinion was left for the editorial page. They reported what the candidates said and let the reader form their own conclusion. For the most part, the reporters avoided framing the news or agenda setting. Reporters relied heavily on quotes from the candidates to write their stories. Using quotes gave the readers a sense that they were reading an accurate account of what had transpired.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So D?

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paki
  • paki
no, as per explanation it says B...
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Oh. Lol, thanks.

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