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The book is well written, well documented and very interesting.
Alter does a very good job of showing how FDR's upbringing and his bout with polio helped form him into the man he was when he became president.
I definitely recommend the book, but only if one has read a substantial number of the many other very good books on FDR.
a reminder of the lost days of efficient rulers . This was when a man had a job he did not need a to hire someone to tell him how to do the the job with lots of cost over runs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mac T
Such a scary time for America and the world. It was a time for new thinking, complete and rigorous discussion, flexibility of response. Read morePublished 3 months ago by W. Stringer
The first 100 days were for the remaining presidents a test of what could be accomplished. FDR passed more legislature that took the social needs of the people into the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by watersdown
A great review FDR's first three months as president. Goes hand in hand with the recent Ken Burns analysis of the most important months in our nation's history.Published 5 months ago by Lawrence gilbert
A pleasant read--Mr. Alter's approach reminded me of "Only Yesterday." Sufficient documentation exists to establish this as a serious work; however, it is not so... Read morePublished 5 months ago by JC1969