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This is a great book about the the first 100 days. FDR was a pragmatist. He was looking for whatever worked. We could use more of that.Published 21 days ago by SenorFrog
Really glad I got this book, very well written. I got the Audio addition and it was well read.Published 1 month ago by The Great Buzzwami
Jonathan Alter offers thoughtful and thorough assessments of all that came together around and within President Roosevelt which made him the person for restoring hope. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lisa Hanse
I've read so much about World War II, about Churchill, and bits and snippets about FDR. But I didn't know much about FDR's first hundred days and what he accomplished then. Read morePublished 3 months ago by K. L Sadler
I liked this book, partly because I remember his election & the "gown ups" talking about it. My aunt worked in some of the WPA projects. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carol Rinde Lewis
A more realistic portrait of FDR than usual, detailing his flaws as well as his strengths. FDR waivers, sometimes deceives, sometimes changes his mind - but Alter demonstrates that... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Thomas G. Clingan
I was born too late to remember the Great Depression but I heard many stories from my parents and grandparents. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Douglas A. Haff
Always enjoy learning about the person. There is a lot to learn about FDR. At least from one person's perspective, this gives it to you.Published 3 months ago by Harry E. Jones, Jr.