Saturday Apr 5
In 1932 Franklin Delano Roosevelt gave an inspired speech some now credit for adjusting the trajectory of what's considered the legitimate role of American government to meddle in the lives of its citizens.
Word Odyssey: I Fear I Have Phobia
"The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself!" Franklin Delano Roosevelt spoke those words in order to perk up the peeps during the depths of the depression.
A Historic Profile of Roosevelt Warm Springs Rehab Facility
A new book offers readers an inside look into the rich regional history of the Roosevelt Warm Springs rehabilitation facility , founded by Franklin Delano Roosevelt during the polio era.
The Baltic Times
Freedom from fear - The Baltic Times
Situated in the heart of New York City between the island of Manhattan and Long Island and with the United Nations in its peripheral view, Roosevelt Island stands as a monument to the 32nd president of the United States of America, Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Tee Time: The Optics of Presidential Vacations
Franklin Delano Roosevelt used to hop on the presidential railcar, the Ferdinand Magellan, and roll down to Warm Springs, Ga., seeking relief for his shriveled legs.