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Bought this as a gift having read it and finding it to be the best book out of four that I've read on FDR.Published 15 hours ago by dzan
This is a very fine biography of FDR. It emphasizes how much he learned about the presidency from his cousin, Theodore Roosevelt, as well as Woodrow Wilson, whom he served as an... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Garth Molyneux
Detailed, close-up examination our greatest President, at least of the Twentieth Century.Published 1 month ago by Aristppheron
A very complete, intriguing and insightful history of one of the greatest humans beings in American history. I am certain you will thoroughly enjoy this book.Published 2 months ago by Thomas E Kirkham
wow what a book! full of details . always wondered about roosevelt and exactly how he grew up to become the "man of the hour" when the country was in crisis!Published 2 months ago by Babs D.
The book's well-written and easy to read. All written history carries the biases of the historian, which is why it is good to read several sources. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ed Wyrick