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In the February of 1933 single term president, Herbert Hoover (1874 – 1964), bid his cash-strapped countrymen adieu:

"Warning against the 'rapid degeneration into economic war which threatens to engulf the world' the President said that 'the imperative call to the world today is to prevent that war.' The gold standard, he said 'is the need of the world,' for only by the early reëstablishment of that standard can the barriers to trade be reduced.'"

President Hoover rants on about FDR in this 1952 magazine article...

Click here to read about the manner in which the Hoover administration addressed the Great Depression.

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President Hoover's Farewell Address (Literary Digest, 1933)

President Hoover's Farewell Address (Literary Digest, 1933)

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