Roosevelt's First 100 Days

In the 100 days from March to June 1933, America "became again an organized nation confident of our power to provide for our own security and to control our destiny." 

In his first 100 days in office, President Franklin D. Roosevelt steered 15 major bills through Congress. This flood of legislation restructured faulty market practices and laid the groundwork for years of New Deal reforms to bring the economy out of the Great Depression.

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