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What did president franklin d. roosevelt hold over the radio to help gain public support for his presidential programs?

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FDR gave regular speeches by radio called fireside chats to help gain public support for his presidential programs. Roosevelt's fireside chats had the secondary effect of making him appear to be one of the warmer and more accessible presidents to a broad demographic.

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