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PostSubject: led to defeat of the Rep   Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:40 am

with Herbert Hoover heading the Republican ticket for president and vice-president. Following their landslide 58% 41% victory, Curtis resigned from the Senate on March 3, 1929 to assume the office of Vice President. The pair was inaugurated on March 4, 1929. Soon after the Great Depression began, Curtis endorsed the five-day work week, with no reduction in wages, as a work-sharing solution to unemployment. (See John Ryan's book Questions of the Day.)
The problems of the Great Depression led to defeat of the Republican ticket in the next election. Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected as president by a margin of 57% 40% in 1932. Curtis' term as Vice President officially ended

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