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Who was the first U.S. president to institutionalize the Progressive vision of an unelected bureaucratic apparatus?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
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User: Who was the first U.S. president to institutionalize the Progressive vision of an unelected bureaucratic apparatus?

Weegy: Franklin D. Roosevelt
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User: In the Commonwealth Club Address, Franklin D. Roosevelt writes that “the task of ________________ has always been the “redefinition” of rights “in terms of a changing and growing social order.”

Weegy: Franklin D. Roosevelt
Expert answered|aiatok|Points 244|



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