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What We Need Is Another Pump. American cartoon satirizing President Roosevelts New Deal pump priming deficits; while he used more than $8 billion in emergency spending measures, Roosevelt insisted he was balancing the regular budget
What We Need Is Another Pump. American cartoon satirizing President Roosevelts New Deal pump priming deficits; while he used more than $8 billion in emergency spending measures, Roosevelt insisted he was balancing the regular budget
NEW DEAL: PRIME PUMP. 'What We Need Is Another Pump. American cartoon satirizing President Roosevelt's New Deal pump priming deficits; while he used more than $8 billion in emergency spending measures, Roosevelt insisted he was balancing the regular budget.

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Poster Print of What We Need Is Another Pump. American cartoon satirizing President Roosevelts New Deal pump priming deficits; while he used more than $8 billion in emergency spending measures, Roosevelt insisted he was balancing the regular budget

NEW DEAL: PRIME PUMP.
'What We Need Is Another Pump. American cartoon satirizing President Roosevelt's New Deal pump priming deficits; while he used more than $8 billion in emergency spending measures, Roosevelt insisted he was balancing the regular budget

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1930s , America , American , Cartoon , Commerce , Democratic Party , Early , Emergency , Finance , Franklin , New Deal , Political Acts , President

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