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Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Tennessee Valley Authority

An Individual is molded by environment and honed by challenges encountered. A legacy is the historical scorecard that measures success. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd United...

The Rise of Franklin Roosevelt

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, America's 32nd President, was born to a life of luxury and success in New York, which was aided by his personal...

The Franklin Roosevelt Presidency: A Record Four Terms for the President of the New...

Franklin Delano Roosevelt is surely one of the most important political figures of the twentieth century, whether one agrees with his policies or not. The...

The Roosevelts’ Marriage

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt wed in New York City on St. Patrick's Day, 1905. Their marriage was a difficult union but a dynamic partnership. Franklin...

Eleanor Roosevelt’s Royal Picnic

Eleanor Roosevelt's early life was one of privilege. Nevertheless, she had a sense of down-to earth informality. This was true in 1939, when she...

Theodore Roosevelt Jr. visits Afghanistan in 1933

After the election of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt Jr. proffered his resignation as Governor-General of the Philippines. Usually a polite formality after an...

If At First You Don’t Succeed…

Some of our greatest Presidents did not succeed on their first try at national office. Many Presidents were once defeated candidates for the presidency...

Home State Loosers

Presidential candidates can usually count on carrying their own state. There have been notable exceptions, such as George McGovern losing South Dakota in 1972...

The Life and Struggles of Winston Churchill: Survival in Doubt

In June, 1940, British forces in France were in grave danger. Yet, they made a miracle escape from the clutches of the Nazis to...

What Day Is Thanksgiving?

Franklin Roosevelt's proclamation of Thanksgiving on the third Thursday of November sparked controversy. It was well within his right, however; but Congress regulated it. In...
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