March 2009
Art Monthly;Mar2009, Issue 324, p12
The author reflects on the relevance of President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal to the administration of President Barack Obama for developing art in the U.S. The author implies that Obama has drawn inspiration from New Deal, although what worked in the 1930s would not necessarily the same in Obama''s administration. However, the author affirms that at least Obama has started to address the crisis that affects the arts and showed his willingness to champion the arts.


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