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The projections came one year after the U. The opponents, who stressed long-term growth and support for entrepreneurship and low taxes, now started calling themselves "conservatives". In two Democrats ran for president and the United States was moving rapidly toward civil war. In the wake of the financial fraud scandal of the Enron Corporation and other corporations, Congressional Democrats pushed for a legal overhaul of business accounting with the intention of preventing further accounting fraud.
His policies soon paid off by uniting a diverse coalition of Democratic voters called the New Deal coalition , which included labor unions, Southerners, minorities most significantly, Catholics and Jews and liberals. The Democrats and the Democratic Party finally lost the White House and control of the executive branch of government only after Roosevelt's death in April near the end of the war and after the continuing post-war administration of Roosevelt's third Vice President Harry S. Dick Durbin , Sen. Follow us on Twitter!
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