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Happy Days Are Here Again The 1932 Democratic Convention the Emergence of FDR and How America Was Changed ForeverYed Steve Neal s bio of Wendell Willkie I thought I would Give This Book A this book a I was not disappointed The narrative is tight insightful and captures the tension and excitement of the behind the scenes maneuvering that put FDR over the top on the ourth ballot Although to the modern reader some of the major political players of the time may seem like corrupt buffoons Cermak Huey Long the truth is that as strange as it May Seem The Process seem the political process power games and compromise was likely to lead to action than the mess we have Washington today This is an insightful book about political process in general as well as a very good period piece of a challenging time in American history this is an excellent account of the 1932 Democratic Convention The irst half of the book has chapter length sketches of the major players many names lost to history The second half of the book deals with the wrangling and intrigue in getting FDR nominated ar STFU, Parents: The Jaw-Dropping, Self-Indulgent, and Occasionally Rage-Inducing World of Parent Overshare from aoregone conclusion What if McAdoo of California had not made it to the convention hall in time after his Author Steve Neal brings yesterday into today as he presents intricate details of how Franklin Delano Roosevelt won the Democratic Party nomination in 1932 Even though FDR possessed a clear majority of votes over his rivals party rules at that time reuired that a candidate must receive two thirds of the votes rom attendees at the 1932 Democratic Convention in Chicago Roosevelt aced the po This was a great book that Syncopated: An Anthology of Nonfiction Picto-Essays focused on the 1932 Democratic National Convention where FDR won the nominationor president The book Are All Guys Assholes?: More Than 1,000 Guys in 10 Cities Reveal Why They're Not, Why They Sometimes Act Like They Are, and How Understanding Their ... Will Solve Your Guy Drama Once and For All focuses not only on FDR but all the other contenders that have long been lost in history which is one of the reasons why I liked this book In addition to all the interestingacts and research there were a great deal of pictures to bring the convention and the people involved to lifeI definitely recommend this to anyone who is interested in American politics and FDR. Al weaves the compelling story of how FDR inally got the nod along with the personalities of the day who influenced the decision including Joseph P Kennedy Al Smith Huey Long and William Randolph Hearst. ,

Ention and the convention itself The high points of this book or me were the descriptions and mini biographies of all of the key players I was generally aware OF MOST OF THE NAMES BUT most of the names but very little about most of them This isn t a 5 star book in my opinion largely because Neal goes a small bit overboard in describing the blow by blow of the convention itself Of course despite this the book isn t too long and as I indicated above is highly readable If you are looking or a book about the rise of Franklin D Roosevelt to his nomination book about the rise of Franklin D Roosevelt to his nomination the Democratic Convention in 1932 you will be thoroughly disappointed with this book In act if you are looking or anything about FDR and his run to becoming president in this book you will be disappointed Happy Days Are Here Again is about how broken up the Democratic Party was at the time and all of the various candidates that were running against FDR This book goes much in depth about the other candidates and their policies which helps paint a picture of all of the different platforms within
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democrats at time but ails to really delve that much into FDR s In addition because of all of the different candidates in the running the book gets very convoluted with all of the various names that had some hand in a candidates campaign To the point where it becomes very difficult to keep track of all of the names being thrown around Happy Days Are Here Again also spends uite a bit of time too much time in my opinion on the atmosphere of Chicago politics to the point where you begin to wonder what the goal of the book is The one and only highlight that I took away The League for the Suppression of Celery from this book was it does an excellent job of bringing the reader into the confusing and crazy world of politicians All of the behind the scenes deals and wheeling and dealing by the various candidates and their staff was very interesting toollow along to and really makes one marvel at how FDR gained nomination at all Having enjo. Become one of America's most beloved presidents was The Thirteen-Gun Salute farrom a shoo in or the Democratic nomination at the party's convention in Chicago Using new sources of information award winning reporter Steve Ne.

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paperback edition this book rom Booksale last year or just twenty 20 Pesos Yes really It is an interesting account of the 1932 Democratic Party National Convention It was interesting to know that President Franklin Roosevelt s nomination as the party s candidate was not easy and was not uickly in the bag It involved a lot of negotiation haggling or even bribery persuasion and creativity to persuade delegates and notable igures to throw their support behind RooseveltAlthough it was a decent narrative of President Roosevelt s rise to the American presidency and a brief pass of his our terms I could not help but notice that it was all praises or Roosevelt But then I noticed that the author was a Democrat so I think that s why But I a Democrat so I think that s why But I have preferred a objective take like by explaining that Roosevelt s New Deal did not really solve the Great Depression Although I might not have selected his book independently when it came up through Bookbub I was sufficiently interested to buy and read it And I learned a lot about a piece of history that I knew very little about I would have rated it higher but or the writing style It could have been very suspenseful and exciting but instead it read like an academic submission Even if you re not a Roosevelt an or admirer this book provides a detailed and comprehensive look at early 20th Century politics and how a crucial time in American history came to be This is very readable enjoyable history of the Democratic Party s Presidential nominating convention in 1932 As becomes obvious through the course of the book FDR s nomination was no sure thing Neal takes the reader through the build up to the conv. Political conventions in years past were than pep rallies or preselected candidates they were suspenseful no holds barred battles or the nomination In 1932 Franklin Delano Roosevelt the man who would. ,