Franklin Delano Roosevelt Pros And Cons

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the thirty-second President of the United States of America and was elected into office four times. This was a huge accomplishment because presidents were only supposed to be elected two times or be in office for a total of ten years. With this accomplishment came hardships. The United States was in turmoil. Roosevelt had to pull the United States out of The Great Depression and World War II. Roosevelt led the United States through the depression and the war while ill. FDR was a very optimistic and motivated man and looked at the positives of everything. Throughout his tenure in the White House he accomplished many objectives that could have ended tragically for the United States if done differently. Franklin …show more content…
Franklin. Roosevelt was an only child. His parents were very wealthy. They were working with real estate and trade. They were able to make a lot of money and provide long-term financial security for their son. As Roosevelt grew older his parents sent him off to school at Groton in Massachusetts, which was an all boys school. The experience was a difficult one for him, as he did not fit in with the other students. Groton men excelled in athletics and Roosevelt did not. Although Roosevelt was not athletic he made up for it with his studies. He developed an interest in politics and went with it. His interest in politics led him to eventually become a senator and later the President of the United …show more content…
He did not want the Americans to let fear consume their hope. He knew that the American people needed hope in order to overcome the crises. He also did not agree that a transfer of power from President Roosevelt to another president was a smart choice at that time. When Roosevelt was re-elected he continued where he left off in getting America back to its original strength. When America was released from the depression, tensions in Europe and the East had started to heat up. The Nazis were coming to power under Hitler. The world did not see what Hitler and Germany were becoming until it was too late. When the world realized what Hitler and the Nazis were doing, it was too late. President Roosevelt saw what was happening and resorted to the United States’ stance of neutrality. While neutral the United States would send supplies to allied countries, but not send any military manpower overseas. Some in the United States were concerned if the war after the depression would be good for the nation as a

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