During the election of 1936, declaring their party a "millionaire's union," Franklin Roosevelt focused mainly on defeating who?


Anti-New Deal Republicans felt that the federal government was extending its power too far and that FDR's programs weren't working. In 1936 they nominated Alf Langdon of Kansas to run as their presidential nominee.

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Franklin Roosevelt Elections in the United States Politics of the United States Delano family Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal United States presidential election New York federal government FDR Kansas Republican Party Politics Alf Langdon

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