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Trump's First 50 Days Are Decisive
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Trump's First 50 Days Are Decisive

Since Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal, Americans have thought that for any new president, the first 100 days are critical, because he has a honeymoon period in which Congress will do what he wants. But in the modern era, the first 50 days are ... Bloomberg View, 4 hours ago
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See Photos From Every Presidential Inauguration LIFE Magazine Ever Covered

During the 37 years that LIFE was published, the magazine covered Presidential Inaugurations from Franklin Delano Roosevelt's second inauguration to Richard Nixon's first inauguration in 1969, as the above photos show. The Inaugurations , which mark ...
 Time3 days ago WATCH: Man Who's Attended Every Swearing In Since 1941 Witnesses the Trump Inauguration  ABC News1 day ago Soaring rhetoric from your new president on inauguration day .... no, not this day  Daily Kos2 days ago Reinvigorating community: An Inauguration Day gathering at Stanford  Stanford Report2 days ago

The Last 100 Days: Theologian-in-Chief Edition

Ever since the administration of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, presidents have been judged on the successes they notch during their first 100 days. Now, as Barack Obama ends his historic turn on the political stage, Yahoo News is running The Last 100 ...
 Yahoo! Autos1 week ago The Last 100 Days: From Old Wounds to New Ties Edition  Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago With Obama in the Driver's Seat, Automakers Set Records But Still Faced Challenges  The Detroit Bureau3 days ago How religion will affect Obama's legacy  Yahoo! News1 week ago

US school's Chinese-language exam leaves native speakers speechless

A screen grab shows the Chinese-language final exam paper reportedly from Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School in New York. [Photo/web] A Chinese-language final exam paper at a high school in New York has left internet users amused and confused, ... week ago U.S. school's Chinese-language exam leaves native speakers speechless  Ecns.cn1 week ago US high school Chinese test stumps Internet users in China  Today Online3 days ago
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The First Inauguration after the Lame Duck Amendment

Image courtesy of Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum Democratic presidential nominee Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his vice presidential running mate, former Speaker of the House John Nance Garner of Texas, are featured in this ...
 Office Of the Clerk3 days ago Franklin Delano Roosevelt—The Martini | Inaugurate Happy Hour with These 5 Cocktails Preferred by Past Presidents  Robb Report3 days ago World's Oldest Drag Queen Has Something To Say...  Huffington Post2 weeks ago From FDR to Obama: A look back at inaugural traditions  USA Today3 weeks ago

Rendezvous with destiny: Newt Gingrich's long war against FDR and the New Deal enters its final stage

Seventy-five years ago this past January, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt went before Congress and the American people to declare that a generation's rendezvous with destiny had come, that the Nazis, fascists and imperialists would strike ...
 Salon4 weeks ago Gingrich Renews the Right's Declaration of War on Age of Roosevelt  Common Dreams1 month ago History Lesson: Did the election just erase 250 years of progress?  Hechinger Report2 months ago

Thought Of Muslim Registry Troubling To Many

Ten weeks after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt enacted Executive Order 9066, which called for the internment all people of Japanese ancestry living in America. Most of those jailed were U.S.
 Huffington Post Black Voices1 month ago FDR's 'Infamy' speech  Washington Post1 month ago First draft of FDR's 'Day of Infamy' speech on display  NewsGrio1 month ago Franklin Delano Roosevelt Full Text Day of Infamy Speech: The Famous Pearl Harbor Address From President FDR Moved The US Into WWII  International Business Times1 month ago

Why Many Are Scared About The New Normal In American Politics By Dr. Wumi Akintide

Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) from New York became the longest-serving American President when he served for 12 years from 1933 to 1945. FDR crafted the statement that The only thing to fear is fear itself. In other words, he was telling Americans ...
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75 Years Ago, Today...

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty - Topsfield, MA 92593 ...was referred to by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt as " a date which will live in Infamy". On that day Japan staged a devastating sneak attack on our Pacific Naval Base ...
 Active Rain1 month ago Remembering Pearl Harbor at 75  Town Hall1 month ago After 75 Years, Pearl Harbor Memories Still Raw  VOA News1 month ago At Pearl Harbor, Japanese Americans were victims of the attack — and their own government  GlobalPost1 month ago
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From Fireside Chats to late-night tweets

Three months after taking office in 1933, Franklin Delano Roosevelt sat before a microphone placed on a felt-covered desk in the White House. To ward off a financial panic, the new president delivered a reassuring message to a nationwide radio ...
 San Francisco Chronicle.com1 month ago
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