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REASSURANCE AND CLARITY DURING UNCERTAIN TIMES 

How did Franklin D Roosevelt use language and technology to inspire his audience? Andy Williamson explains why the great political leader was also a skilled and pioneering communicator.

14th December 2018
Just 33 days after Adolf Hitler had become the chancellor of Germany, Franklin Delano Roosevelt (known to all as FDR) was inaugurated as the 32nd president of the United States. There was much to fear in the world. The seeds of war were being sown on the European stage, while at home America was gripped by the Great Depression.  A colossal change curve wasn’t buffeting just one...
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