In his first One Hundred Days in office, President Roosevelt creates ten new
federal agencies to combat the effects of the Depression. His first term as
president literally transforms the American landscape with public works
projects. And nowhere is that transformation more apparent than in Mayor
Fiorello LaGuardia's New York City. FDR, the American aristocrat, and
LaGuardia, the son of immigrants, are unlikely partners. They feud over
personal matters and over funds for a bridge that will finally unite three
borroughs in New York City. But together they expand and redefine the role
of government in people's lives.
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