Roosevelt at Sixty--one

T. R. B.
February 1943
New Republic;2/1/43, Vol. 108 Issue 5, p148
Focuses on the celebration of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's sixty-first birthday. Contributions of Roosevelt to the U.S. politics; Character of Roosevelt; Efforts of Roosevelt to seek support of the unemployed in order to boost the national income; Persuasion by the Congress to modify the neutrality laws to permit sale of war materials to Great Britain; Decision of Roosevelt to reverse his economic policies; Efforts of Roosevelt in organizing the nation for war.


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