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Review of "Roosevelt and Hopkins: An Intimate History" by Robert Sherwood

Roosevelt and Hopkins: An Intimate History” is Robert Sherwood’s 1948 Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Hopkins (a close friend and adviser to FDR). 587 more words


Personally I Blame FDR


Personally I Blame FDR

Are you sitting comfortably boys girls and others? Then allow me to begin by stating from the offset I am no fan of any politicians. 398 more words


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Missy LeHand and FDR: Everyone knows about the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt, but not many know about the powerful and loyal confidant FDR relied on, Marguerite “Missy” LeHand. 125 more words

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FDR and Focused Leadership

On December 7, 1941, Japan unleashed an unprovoked attack on the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor. 2,402 American service personnel were killed, as were 57 civilians. 1,113 more words

HRC Must Channel FDR Circa 1936 to Topple Trump


Eighty year ago, President Franklin Roosevelt, running for a second term, made it clear that the 1936 election wasn’t just about who would run the country in 1937. 748 more words

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Who Involved the U.S. in WWII When 83% of Americans Voted Against It?

Besides the Pearl Harbour False Flag, How did They Manipulate America into WWII? – A war 83% of Americans (according to the June 3rd, 1941, Gallup Poll results) were against and asserted they wished to remain uninvolved? 1,290 more words

Agenda's & Manipulators

How an affair, ill health shaped the best president in the last 100 years

FDR, photographed with his granddaughter, in one of the rare photos showing him in his wheelchair Editor’s note: This is the 32nd entry in the writer’s project to read one book about each of the U.S. 16 more words