Economic Crisis and the Delayed Arrival of a New President: Transition Trauma

The new American president will not be inaugurated until January 20. He will certainly face the most difficult economic conditions since Franklin Roosevelt entered the White House in March 1933. The politics of presidential transition – in this year, as seventy-six years ago – seem likely only to exacerbate the global crisis.

The World Today Updated 15 October 2020 Published 1 November 2008 3 minute READ

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