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A compelling chronicle of a nation and its leaders during the period when modern America was created. With an uncanny feel for detail and a novelist's grasp of drama and depth, Doris Kearns Goodwin brilliantly narrates the interrelationship between the inner workings of the Roosevelt White House and the destiny of the United States. Goodwin paints a comprehensive, intimate portrait that fills in a historical gap in the story of our nation under the Roosevelts.
Goodwin's account of the Roosevelt presidency during WWII highlights America's changing domestic front.
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Simply superb. An insightful and revealing view of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt and their multifaceted leadership of the country from 1932-1945 through the New Deal and World... Read morePublished 1 day ago by F. W. Strong III
No Ordinary Time was fantastic. Very enlightening book about two extraordinary people. They shuffled two lives into one grand achievement. Read morePublished 5 days ago by C. M. Rohde
If you read only one book about FDR, then this is the one to read. What an amazing man!Published 9 days ago by Jo
Goodwin is an excellent interpreter of history. Very readable.Published 13 days ago by Northwest Sailor
This is a book I will not forget. It reads like a novel and when you'rr through, you realize you have a good picture of FDR' s presidency, ad well of the remarkable achievements of... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Lso
Great information on an amazing pair that started modern America and programs that changed the world. Sometimes overly detailed in accounts of the era.Published 15 days ago by marybeth howes
I'm a great fan of Doris Kearns Goodwin and her biographies of the Roosevelts.Teddy, Eleanor and Franklin. Read morePublished 26 days ago by poliosurvivor
great book, get hit hard and and move on to be great people ELEANOR should be the face on the new bill !!!!!!Published 1 month ago by lawrence g moore