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Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Man, the Myth, the Era, 1882-1945

Book Title

Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Man, the Myth, the Era, 1882-1945

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Publication Date

12-4-1987

Editors

Herbert D. Rosenbaum and Elizabeth Bartelme

Series Title

Contributions in Political Science

Edition

1

Publisher

Greenwood Press

Place of Publication

New York, NY

Keywords

Roosevelt, Franklin D., Presidents

Subject

Roosevelt, Franklin D.(Franklin Delano), 1882-1945 -- Congresses, Presidents -- United States -- Biography -- Congresses, United States -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Congresses.

Department

Political Science

Disciplines

Political Science

Description

Drawn from the Hofstra University series of Presidential conferences, this volume collects a diverse set of essays that explore the life and times of Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Treated in depth here are Roosevelt's political beginnings and his life as a politician, the tumultuous World War II years, the New Deal and its legacy, and the political emergence of Eleanor Roosevelt in an era that saw few women in public life. Among the contributors are such distinguished Roosevelt scholars as Frank Friedel, Nathan Miller, D.K. Adams, Sheldon Neuringer, and Daniel Fusfeld. By combining critical assessments with friendly commentary and treating historically vital subjects along with more personal and intimate matters, this book presents a more complete picture of a man whose impact is still felt today than is usually available.

ISBN

FBC097

Document Type

Article

Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Man, the Myth, the Era, 1882-1945

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