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    Throughout Franklin D. Roosevelt’s presidency, he raised the national debt to 236 billion dollars, in addition he transformed the American presidency (Baughman). Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born January 30, 1882 in Hyde Park, New York and was the 32nd president of the United States of America. Franklin D. Roosevelt was mainly elected for four terms, the longest in U.S history to end the Depression, but he failed to do so. He created the New Deal which provided the three R’s, relief, reform, and recovery. Not everyone received recovery and care from the New Deal and people living in poverty remained helpless because they were known as the “forgotten man”. The New Deal changed the link between the American society and their government. Furthermore,…

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    A person that I consider a great public speaker is Franklin Delano Roosevelt. On December 8, 1941 President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered a short yet captivating and memorable speech in which he addressed Congress and the Nation on the issue of Japans sudden and deliberate attack on Pearl Harbor. His speech powerfully captured the attention of all who listened through clear, vivid, and emotional words. My one favorite thing about the content of the speech was when Franklin D. Roosevelt…

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    In the excerpt, “Franklin D. Roosevelt Biography”, video “Disney The American Presidents: Franklin D. Roosevelt”, and article “Biography Franklin D. Roosevelt”, the author explains the hardships and challenges that FDR faced both personally and politically. Even after he was struck with Polio, he refused to give up his political career. Roosevelt joined office at a very hard time in politics when the Great Depression and World War II were going on. He became president in 1932, and is known as…

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    the Year” is Impactfulness. These people changed the world in their year and through their actions impacted it for better or worse.Time magazine people; Franklin D Roosevelt (34), Vladimir Putin, and The Protestor all changed the world in that year for better or worse and definitely made a lasting impact. Franklin D Roosevelt (34) was nominated for and seen as person of the year many times and there was no shortage of what he did in the world to change it. During his year Roosevelt made an…

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    1932, Franklin Delano Roosevelt won the Presidency of the United States and changed the path of the nation. Roosevelt changed the economy, set new precedents, and became one of the most prominent presidents in American history. The influence that Roosevelt has on modern America is not only a testament to his successful political policies, but also his intelligence, grace, and leadership that steered the nation through two of the twentieth century’s most severe crises. For his actions as the…

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    Franklin D. Roosevelt is considered one of America’s greatest presidents along with George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. He was America’s president from 1932-1945 where he died in office and is the only president to have had more than 2 terms as president. He was known for his recovery of America’s economy during the Great Depression by giving jobs and reducing government spending and aiding America through World War 2 with strategic plans. In 1932, the American population was not happy with…

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    Franklin D. Roosevelt was born on January 30, 1882, Hyde Park, NY, he was an American statesman and political leader. His mother Sara Roosevelt she was the second wife of James Roosevelt 1, the mother of president of the United states Franklin Delano Roosevelt her only child, and subsequently the mother-in-law of Eleanor Roosevelt. His Father was the father of Roosevelt and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Franklin D. Roosevelt was educated by tutors and governesses until age 14, unlike the…

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    through their great historical examples. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd president, was born in “Hyde Park, New York on January 30, 1882,” (FDR Presidential paragraph 1). He had six children with his wife Eleanor Roosevelt, who was previously a distant cousin, however sadly one child was not able to survive right after being born. Franklin loved his family and took major pride in them, he also took his education very seriously, and eventually graduated from Harvard with a bachelors’ degree in…

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    similarities between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Barack Obama out of their heads. They share many things, such as many social programs , but they differ because their “crises” were almost two worlds apart. Obama faced a slight unemployment rise while Roosevelt faced a large unemployment rate (By. “Obama…”). Many people are aggravated by the comparison; they think it’s unfair to compare someone like Roosevelt to someone like Obama because no one knows what Obama would do if he was put in…

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    D.C. History 28 April 2016 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born in 1882 at Hyde Park, New York into a prestigious family name that he soon would make even more reputable by becoming the 32nd president of the United States in 1933 (“Franklin D. Roosevelt”). Roosevelt would then become the first and only president to run for four terms from the year 1933 to 1945 and would be considered one of the greatest presidents in American history. Roosevelt as a boy, was a leader…

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