Source one is a letter that was published by Roosevelt’s supporters as part of his election campaign in 1936 – Source H. Hence, that this information is under propaganda terms and conditions, this person is in favour of Roosevelt and is part of his campaign. Thus, contradicting reliability itself. Propaganda is a campaign device that is made to manipulate and influence people’s minds. Also, this source does not reflect on the public’s opinion, as it is a letter from one’s self describing only one personal home-life situation “The man you sent found our house and we went down to the bank with him.
As this source was written in 1936, it seems quite biased given that this was the period for re-election and that it is written. However, on the other hand, although this piece of propaganda may seem biased the facts that are being delivered are actually genuine. Roosevelt, did deliver his words and acts and wanted to create jobs for the ordinary standard living people – he put his words into actions. The source writer elaborates this by mentioning Roosevelt getting his furniture back for him. Well your man got it back for us. I have never heard of a president like you. ”
This would’ve been more justifiable, if the source related to more than one home-life circumstance. On the contrary, Source I relates to the public, as it is a popular song 1936. Although, some could say that this could’ve been propaganda, the public contradicts this as it is popular and must’ve been well-liked during that particular period. This already is musing more of a reliable public opinion.
The song agrees with Source H, since they are both praising and acknowledging that Roosevelt is doing a profoundly great job. “Since, Roosevelt’s been re-elected, we’ll not be neglected, We’ve got Franklin. D Roosevelt back again. ” The song portrays the appalling breadline situation, which can be shown in propaganda terms on Source D. “No more standing in the blowing snowing rain; He’s got things in full sway. ”
This song surreptitiously portrays politically based lyrics. The donkey won the election day” – the definition of donkey, democratic party. This could be used as propaganda, but as it is a popular song this minuscule error is outweighed. Overall, this source predominantly is more unequivocally reliable. Consequently, although source H has verified facts and statements, it is only one individual point of view. Whereas, Source I is a song that is popular amongst society throughout that time period. Thus, Source I outweighs Source H in reliability.