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Was Franklin Delano Roosevelt a Social liberal?


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The Social Security program began when Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in office.

He defined himself as a little left of the centre. His policys proved that he was more leftish than most American politicans are. I would call him a social liberal...

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the President responsible for the New Deal policies.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt created Social Security in 1936 as a part of his 'Second New Deal' program.

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Herbert Hoover was the US president at the beginning of the Great Depression. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was president during most of the depression and into the last year of WW 2. He died in office.

No, that was Franklin Roosevelt twenty years earlier.

Some good things that Franklin Delano Roosevelt did were he made social security which helps people make money if they are disabled. He also did something that helped the United States come out of the great depression. Some people may think that that is not something that is good but his is what i consider good. It helped out a lot of people that can not make money because they are disabled or were laid off.

He used the principals of relief, recovery, and reform to improve the economy -apex

Not quite. Although Franklin Roosevelt is known for pushing the Social Security Act into passing, Franklin Roosevelt is more widely known for his accomplishments in dealing with the Great Depression, notably with the New Deal and New Deal II.

Social Security was introduced in the United States during the presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The Social Security Act was signed into law in 1935, during FDR's first term in office and remains in effect today, albeit amended.

It doens't matter. World war 2 was merely a milestone in the reconstruction of people's worldly social abilities. Communism takes away all social freedoms. Screw FDR.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd president of the United States. There are quite a few noteworthy elements that make him famous, although being the president of the U.S. is usually enough for many presidents. * He pulled the U.S. out of the Great Depression. * Was involved in the creation of Social Security. * He led the U.S. through World War II. * Was president for over three terms (he died within a few months of starting his fourth). * He was a distant cousin of Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president. * He was paralyzed from the chest down.

Most notably? Social Security.

In 1918, Eleanor was devastated to discover love letters to Franklin from her social secretary Lucy Mercer, a woman with qualities that Franklin valued and shared.

In 1918, Eleanor was devastated to discover love letter to Franklin from her social secretary Lucy Mercer, a woman with qualities that Franklin valued and shared.

Wisconsin originated the ideal of "Unemployment Insurance" in 1932 and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt started "Unemployment Benefits" as part of the Social Security Act of 1935 thereby making it a Federal Program (all states).

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