Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Thirty- Second President of United States

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Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32 president of the United States of America. His life began on January 30th of the year 1882 in Hyde Park, New York. Family was not so big. He had both of his parents. His parents were Sara Delano and James Roosevelt. Roosevelt did have only one sibling he was a half-brother named James Roosevelt. His mother passed away when he was 59 and his father passed away when he was 18.
Roosevelt was home schooled until 1896 by the school Groton School in Massachusetts. He attended at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. He received a B.A. in History. He worked towards for a degree of law in History Columbia Law School, but he didn’t earn it because of dropped out.
Marriage and children did happen in his
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That was one of the reasons why America felt much respect for him. He was afraid of his Deals but he had said “If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something” - Franklin D. Roosevelt
President Roosevelt came in as a Democratic. He was the only president to serve for 12 years and four terms. He was the leader of the Democratic Party. He always choose his congress and he choose those who would agree with his plans.
Roosevelt did not just have one vice president. He in fact had three presidents, Henry A. Wallace, John Nance Garner, Harry S. Truman. One became president for a short time period after his dead. FDR was diagnosed in 1921 by a horrible disease poliomyelitis. This disease affected very much in his presidency at the end of the terms. At the end of his presidency he became cripple and was put in a wheel chair. He did not show the press himself in his wheelchair, he would be standing up with leg braces holding him up or when he was a vehicle he was never shown getting off in public.
President Roosevelt did not get to have a life after presidency but he did enjoy it and have lots stress during the War World 2. He stopped when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, and directed organization of the Nation's manpower and resources for global war. He was remembered for many
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