Hitler inspired Franklin D. Roosevelt.
After Franklin got polio he went into a wheel-chair and still became president
No, that was Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Here is the context in which he spoke it,
"So, first of all, let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself---nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance".
Roosevelt was talking about the great depression that had gripped the country in 1933. People were afraid to invest and afaid to spend their money. Businesses were afraid to borrow to expand or built u[ inventory because they were afraid they could not make any sales.
I'm not sure one can say exactly. The disease was common at that time.
yes Franklin d. roosevelt did have polio
Considering the age of onset of Mr. Roosevelt's paralysis as well as the pattern of its onset, starting at the feet and working its way up the legs, most modern physicians believe it is far more likely that the late President suffered from Guillain-Barré syndrome.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 33rd President, served from 1933 to 1945. As a result of being stricken by a paralytic disease in 1921 (either polio or Guillain-Barré Syndrome) he had virtually no ability to walk while President.
It preserved capitalism It increased the power of the federal government. It created a long-lasting social safety net.
Yes. It was asoulutely neccesary. If we didn't declare war all of those ships bombed and destroyed would have been the cost of nothing. it would be like someone coming in your house and destoying all of your furniture.
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Because he actually cared about the people and what the people were going through.
Probably for the same reason that Ronald Reagan, Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Susan B. Anthony are not up there.
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FDR ran for election 3 separate times:
1932 I Propose (To the American People) A New Deal
1936 Remember Hoover!
1936 Sunflowers Die in November
1940 Better a Third Term Than a Third-Rater
Around 200,000 blacks were employed by the CCC program. They also found non-agrarian jobs via the Tennesse Valley Authority. Some African-Americans were given positions of responsibility as part of The New Deal.
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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born on the 30th of January 1882 in New York. He was the 32nd President of the United States. He died on the 12th of April 1945 after having led the United States through World War 2.
His radio addresses were called Fire Side Chats. The radio addresses to the nation, during the Great Depression, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt were called, "Fireside Chats." His "chats" indicated that the President was confident that the US could survive and defeat the Great Depression. They instilled confidence in the government under his leadership. MrV
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The New Deal, a series of domestic laws passed by Congress and Executive Orders by the president were major accomplishments of the Democrats during Franklin Roosevelt's terms of office. Social Security was one of these.
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He served two terms, September 14, 1901 to March 3, 1909.
He took office when McKinley died after serving about six months of his term.
Roosevelt finished that term and was elected for a term of his own. So, he served for about 7 1/2 years or you might say 1 and 7/8 terms.
She was taller than her husband Theodore Roosevelt who was 5'10. She was almost six feet tall at being 5'11 1/2".
That is not entirely accurate. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was the niece of the twenty-sixth president, Theodore Roosevelt (her father Elliott Roosevelt was TR's brother). She was the wife of the thirty-second president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who was also her distant cousin and shared her surname. (It is worth noting, however, that the presidents Roosevelt pronounced their names differently. Theodore Roosevelt pronounced his name ROOS-eh-velt, while Franklin Roosevelt pronounced it ROSE-uh-velt.)
At 5'11, Mrs. Roosevelt was taller than her uncle Theodore, but shorter than her husband. FDR stood 6'2" when he ran for vice president in 1920. The following year, he was stricken with what was then thought to be polio myelitis, and thereafter was confined to a wheelchair.
James K. Polk used "54-40 or fight as his campaign slogan. The numbers referred to 54 degrees and 40 minutes north latitude which was the border demanded for the northern border of Oregon in the US boundary dispute with Great Britain.
He eventually made a peaceful settlement for less.
well i would probaly say around 1897 when she met him.