In the election of 1936, the candidates included ________________ from the Democratic Party and Alfred M. Landon from the Republican Party. The Republicans condemned the New Deal for its radicalism, experimentation, confusion, and "frightful waste" but in the end, the republican candidate won in a landslide victory. He had forged a powerful and enduring coalition of Southerners, blacks, intellectuals, urbanites, and the poor. He took the presidential oath on January 20, 1937, as outlined in the 20th amendment. In his Inaugural Address, he makes it clear that he sees his reelection as a mandate to continue and expand the New Deal reforms, in what he called a 'Second New Deal.'