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Franklin Delano Roosevelt and His Leadership

Summary: Franklin D. Roosevelt proved to be one of the greatest presidents in U.S. history. His challenging, emotional upbringing, coupled with a useful sympathetic side that came about through his battle with polio, resulted in his developing a firm, courageous, and yet sensitive leadership style. This kind of leadership enabled Roosevelt to guide the nation through some of the toughest events in its history.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt

On a rainy day in March 1933, a country watched eagerly as Franklin Delano Roosevelt swore in as the thirty-second president of the United States. At this time, the United States was hurting badly from a depression, soon called the Great Depression, and yearning out for a new leader who would help them. Roosevelt, also known as FDR, proved to the country that he was the right guy for the job with some of the most famous words ever said; "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself" (Franklin). Everyone in the U.S. stood behind Roosevelt through the Great Depression and even through World War II and until his death. Roosevelt proved to the nation that he was a courageous and brave leader that would help the country out, no matter what the consequence, even his own death.

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