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This caused a lot of migration. With the constant migration and people settling from place to place came the construction of "Hoovervilles"; which were little communities made up of families on the move with little houses and huts made up of boxes, crates and any other scrap material that could be found...
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President Roosevelt had simple philosophies; he thought just like the common citizen. As a result of his illness he kept the feeling of being a common man, in a way you can say it kept him grounded. In 1921 Roosevelt was diagnosed with Polio which is a disease of the nerve cells of the brain, this crippled him...
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