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# Frankling D. Roosevelt.a) When was the presidential election held?b) How was Franklin D. Roosevelt commonly known as?c) What was his election manifesto?d) Name the policy formulated by him.

##### SOLUTION
a) In $1932$
b) Franklin D. Roosevelt was commonly known as FDR.
c) "I pledge you, I pledge myself to a New Deal for the Americans".
d) The policy formulated by him is known as New Deal.

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