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It is a very interesting book, maybe because I did not know the facts about the FDR 100 days and the presidency, just having heard general references to the time. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Par Kettis
Nothing to Fear is a clearly written and well researched overview of the first hundred days and the key FDR advisors involved.Published 8 months ago by Myles H. Whitney
The first 20 pages of the book were missing. I expected better quality, now I have to find the first 20 somewhere else so I can read this book for my HIS 104 class.Published 10 months ago by Grecia Gastelum
Bad book for a bad class, very dry and contrive. Boring would be giving it a complement. At least I got a B+Published 12 months ago by Andre M. Thibodeau
Well written; easy to read; very informative; should be read by many people who "ignore" politics.
Recommended for High School students
Very good account of the complex workings of FDR's first Hundred Days. TThe audio prompted me to also purchase the book, Nothing to FEARPublished 14 months ago by Reginald Banner
The recent movie "Lincoln" has drawn much attention to Doris Kearns Goodwin's "Team of Rivals", which is much deserved as she is a very good historian. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Scott Blake
I really like this book - it's good history and about one our best presidents - it's obviously written to be current to the banking crisis. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Moacir Luz
This is a well written narrative, and it has spurred me to read more books about the Great Depression. Read morePublished on September 23, 2012 by Max