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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! James "Jim" Aloysius Farley (May 30, 1888 June 9, 1976) was an American politician, business executive, and dignitary who served as Chairman of the New York State Democratic Committee, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee and as Postmaster General simultaneously under the first two administrations of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Was referred to as a political "kingmaker", and was responsible for Franklin D. Roosevelt's rise to the presidency. Farley was the campaign manager for New York State politicians Alfred E. Smith 1922 gubernatorial campaign and Franklin D. Roosevelt's gubernatorial campaign's as well as FDR's Presidential campaigns in 1932 and 1936. Farley predicted large landslides in both, and revolutionized the use of polling, and polling data. Farley was responsible for pulling together the New Deal Coalition of Catholics, labor unions, blacks, and farmers for F.D.R. . Farley, and the administration's patronage machine he presided over, helped to fuel the social and infrastructure programs of the New Deal.
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