Franklin Roosevelt took office during America’s greatest financial crisis. Unemployment was at 25% and the country was in the midst of another wave of bank failures. But was the New Deal really the magic solution to America's problems? Let’s find out!
Despite their differences in personality, Presidents Harding and Coolidge shared nearly identical policy positions. Under their conservative economic agendas, the US economy was booming. Could the party’s next nominee keep the good times rolling with another blowout win?
Woodrow Wilson’s second term revolved around America’s entry into the Great War. Would his leadership earn the Democrats another four years in the presidency? Or would the isolationist backlash revive the Republicans?