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  1. Vanderbilt University. Signature. John Nance Garner III (November 22, 1868 – November 7, 1967), known among his contemporaries as " Cactus Jack ", was an American Democratic politician and lawyer from Texas. He served as the 39th speaker of the United States House of Representatives from 1931 to 1933 and as the 32nd vice president ...

  2. John Nance Garner III (22 de noviembre de 1868 - 7 de noviembre de 1967), conocido entre sus contemporáneos como "Cactus Jack", fue un político demócrata estadounidense y abogado de Texas (Estados Unidos). Fue el vicepresidente número 32, sirviendo bajo Franklin D. Roosevelt de 1933 a 1941.

  3. Role In: New Deal. John Nance Garner (born Nov. 22, 1868, Red River county, Texas, U.S.—died Nov. 7, 1967, Uvalde, Texas) was the 32nd vice president of the United States (1933–41) in the Democratic administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He maintained his conservatism despite his prominent position in Roosevelt’s New Deal ...

  4. John Nance Garner was an exceptionally powerful vice president in both a constructive and obstructionist sense. He initially helped pilot Roosevelt's ambitious proposals through Congress but later came to embody the opposition of conservative Democrats to the New Deal.

  5. John N. Garner. Fue un político estadounidense, que se desempeñó como el trigésimo segundo Vicepresidente de los Estados Unidos bajo la administración de Franklin D. Roosevelt . Sumario. 1 Síntesis biográfica. 2 Educación. 3 Carrera política. 4 Muerte. 5 Fuentes. Síntesis biográfica.

  6. John Nance “Cactus Jack” Garner (1868–1967) was speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives during the last two years of Herbert Hoover’s presidency (1931–1933) and vice president during President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s first two terms (1933–1941).

  7. John Nance Garner (1868-1967), a Texas Democrat popularly known as “Cactus Jack,” presided over the House of Representatives and the Senate. After becoming Speaker of the House in 1931, he ran for president in 1932, but instead accepted the vice presidency alongside Franklin Roosevelt.