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The Gatekeeper Who Ran FDR's White House

American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt is one of the most intriguing political figures in world history. He was in office at a time of great change and guided the country through World War II. His policies, which set the nation on a new ... Wharton, 6 days ago

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The Writing Life: Joe Lelyveld's Truth

Joseph Lelyveld, former executive editor of the New York Times, recently published a biography of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, "His Final Battle: The Last Year of Franklin Roosevelt." The book has attracted rave reviews. An earlier biography ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago His Final Battle, by Joseph Lelyveld  San Francisco Chronicle1 month ago

La Guardia's the Name and Boy, Could We Use Him Now

New York City Mayor Fiorello La Guardia and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt share a laugh together, circa 1944. (Photo by Keystone Features/) One of the most awkward interviews I ever conducted in my life was with Marie La Guardia, widow of ...
 Moyers & Company3 weeks ago PHOTO: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt campaigns for re-election along with Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Robert A. Hurley (right), and Margaret Connors (left), Nov. 4, 1944, in Bridgeport, ...  ABC News1 month ago Technology & Politics  Computer Power User1 month ago Why the 1940 US presidential election was and wasn't a lot like 2016  Christian Science Monitor2 months ago
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How Not to Listen to Your Leader

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the four-term US President, had a distinct pattern of communication when giving his staff orders. The first time he asked his staff to do something, they listened without much action. When he asked them to do something a ...
 Business 2 Community2 hours ago What's the secret of the FDR Memorial?  VOA News1 month ago

Right to Vote — the Crown Jewel of American Liberties

Ronald Reagan called the right to vote the crown jewel of American liberties. Franklin Delano Roosevelt said that the only way to deprive the American people of the right to vote was by Americans choosing not to vote. Winston Churchill told the ...
 Inside Sources1 month ago

When Franklin Delano Roosevelt Stumbled, the Media Didn't Make Much of It

The media's field day with Hillary Clinton's collapse yesterday has as much to do with technology as with ethics. It's highly unlikely that Franklin D. Roosevelt could have hidden the fact that he could not walk from voters today. But during ...
 AlterNet.org1 month ago

"A Date Which Will Live In Infamy" - President Nixon's Decision To Abandon The Gold Standard

Via, Franklin Delano Roosevelt called the Japanese surprise attack on the U.S. occupied territory of Hawaii and its naval base Pearl Harbor, A Date Which Will Live in Infamy. Similar words should be used for President Nixon's ...
 Zero Hedge2 months ago A Date Which Will Live in Infamy:? President Nixon's Decision to Abandon the Gold Standard  Market Oracle2 months ago Anniversary of President Nixon's Decision To Abandon The Gold Standard  Before It's News2 months ago

Putting High Speed Broadband on the Fast Track for Rural America

Hoosier Ag Today by : Gary Truitt On May 11, 1935, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt issued Executive Order 7037, which created the Rural Electrification Administration. In 1936, Congress endorsed Roosevelt's action by passing the Rural ...
 Hoosier Ag Today2 months ago

National Aviation Day 2016: Celebrating 85 Years of Commitment to Aviation Safety

August 19 is National Aviation Day in the United States, originally established in 1939 by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to celebrate the development of aviation. This day coincides with the anniversary of the birth of Orville Wright, who was ...
 Air Line Pilots Association, International2 months ago

Heaven on wheels

A pop­u­lar re­cre­ation op­tion is en­joy­ing its first sea­son in Frank­lin Delano Roosevelt Park. No mat­ter the misery-in­du­cing con­di­tions that a swel­ter­ing sum­mer can bring, the quest for con­tent­ment will al­ways ...
 South Philly Review2 months ago
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