Franklin D. Roosevelt, the longest serving U.S. president, was viewed as a hero for many at the time. He is regarded as one of the most influential presidents, next to Washington and Lincoln. Roosevelt was the 32nd president, and led America through the Great Depression and World War 2. However, looking back along his four […]

Who is to blame for the fall of the stock market? Did they even try to stop the crash? Most say that Herbert Hoover is to blame for not successfully getting the United states out of the depression, but a contributing factor to why the stock market went from doing really well to shambles is […]

Franklin D. Roosevelt was a great president to ever reside in the White House and has many qualities that made him a hero. While staying optimistic, Franklin Roosevelt helped people regain faith in themselves. He never gave up, and he was very passionate about what he believed in. “He brought hope as he promised prompt, […]

Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd president, he served four presidential terms. He was the first and last president to have served more than two presidential terms (March 4, 1933 – April 12, 1945). He was a president that showed us that he can make change happen. He gave the people a promise to get […]

President Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd president of the United States of America. He rose to control in 1933 and administered for three terms up to 1945. Roosevelt succeeded the Republican Herbert Hoover in the November 1932 races and was reappointed two additional occasions as president of the United States (Polenberg 52).  He was […]

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was a good president. He was a good president because he helped the country through a lot of really tough spots. As the 32nd President of the United States, he most definitely did his job. He also, in a way like no other president, did whatever it took to take charge, get […]

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd American president. FDR, as he was frequently called, drove the United States through the Great Depression and World War II, and significantly extending the forces of the central government through a progression of projects and changes known as the New Deal. Blasted with polio in 1921, Roosevelt spent a […]

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt were no customary couple. They constantly have had eyes on them especially being the president and the central lady of the United States. Be that as it may, when pieces of tattle about the president turning out to be by and by engaged with his security started to turn out there […]

Eleanor Roosevelt was the First Lady of the United States from 1933 to 1945 and furthermore a functioning political extremist and achieved a great deal of assignments as a Human Rights minister. Roosevelt shared her abhorrence and frustration about fascisms with her discourse, “The Struggle for Human Rights”. She talked and said something for the […]