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Welcome to THE MAKING OF A NATION -- American history in VOA Special English.
I'm Doug Johnson with Mario Ritter. This week in our series, we talk about the first one hundred days of the administration of President Franklin Roosevelt.
Roosevelt's inauguration speech in March of nineteen thirty-three gave hope to millions of Americans.
The new president promised to fight the Great Depression that was crushing the economy.
His administration launched into action even before the inauguration ceremonies were finished.
Back then, newly elected presidents were sworn into office in March instead of January.
Roosevelt's aides began work even as he and his wife, Eleanor, watched the traditional Inaugural Parade.
The lights of Washington's federal office buildings burned late that night.
And not just on that night, but the next night and the next night, too. The nation was in crisis. There was much work to do.
欢迎收听VOA慢速英语之建国史话节目。
我是马道格・约翰逊,和我一道主持节目的是马里奥・里特。在本周的系列节目中,我们将讨论富兰克林・罗斯福总统执政最初一百天时间内发生的故事。
1933年3月罗斯福的就职演说为数百万美国人带来希望,
新总统承诺要与重创经济的大萧条抗争。
他的政府甚至在就职典礼结束前就开始行动了。
当时,新当选的总统是在三月份而不是一月份宣誓就职。
罗斯福的助手们甚至在他和妻子埃莉诺观看传统的就职游行时就开始工作,
华盛顿联邦办公大楼的灯在那天晚上很晚时还亮着。
不仅在那天晚上,而是在之后的晚间都亮着。美国陷入了危机,有很多工作要做。
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