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First inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt

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NameFirst Presidential Inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt
ParticipantsFranklin D. Roosevelt
LocationWashington, D.C.
U.S. Capitol
DateMarch 4, 1933

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The first inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt as the 32nd President of the United States was held on Saturday, March 4, 1933. The inauguration marked the commencement of the first four-year term of Franklin D. Roosevelt as President and John Nance Garner as Vice President. It was the last inauguration to be held on the prescribed date of March 4; under the terms of the Twentieth Amendment, all subsequent inaugurations have taken place on January 20. After being sworn-in, Roosevelt became the thirty-second President of the United States.

The inauguration took place in the wake of Democrat Roosevelt's landslide victory over Republican incumbent Herbert Hoover in the 1932 presidential election. With the nation in the grips of the Great Depression, the new president's inaugural speech was awaited with great anticipation. Broadcast nationwide on several radio networks, the speech was heard by tens of millions of Americans, and set the stage for Roosevelt's urgent efforts to respond to the crisis.

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Franklin D. Roosevelt

PoliticsGovernorship of New York * Presidency (Record on civil rights * New Deal * Court-Packing Bill * Judicial appointments * Four Freedoms * Infamy Speech * Criticism)
PersonalEleanor Roosevelt * Roosevelt family * Paralytic illness

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