Teri Kanefield @Teri_Kanefield Author, lawyer (U.C. Berkeley). Books and articles, most recently cnn.com/. George Papadopoulos called me deluded. My threads are here: terikanefield-blog.com/ Aug. 07, 2019 1 min read

Exactly. We got out of the 1920s once before.

We are now approaching the same dangerous levels of income inequality we had in the 1920s.

FDR taught us how to turn that around. It didn't actually take him long.

2/ The Depression may have helped him win the 1932 election, but Roosevelt was able to make rapid changes because he had so much popular support--and because the Dems won both the House and Senate.

behttps://twitter.com/RuamiGrey/status/1159143857021476865

3/ He did it without the support of the wealthy class, who remained Republican opponents of his New Deal.

He won in 1932 with 57% of the popular vote. If a Democrat does that in 2020, things can happen fast.

I've been planning a full thread called "FDR Taught Us How."

Tweet #2 was supposed to be a response to this:


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