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Franklin Roosevelt was born into a wealthy family, but he did not have an easy upbringing. He was sent to a boarding school at a young age and struggled to make friends. He eventually married Eleanor Roosevelt, who helped him cope with his difficult upbringing. Roosevelt was greatly influenced by Theodore Roosevelt, and he learned the importance of hard work and discipline from him. Roosevelt eventually became a successful politician, thanks in part to the help of Louis Howe.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Tamara Eidelman discusses Franklin Delano Roosevelt, one of the most influential American presidents. Roosevelt is largely credited with saving the United States during the Great Depression and changing many aspects of American politics, both good and bad. Some people regard him as a traitor, while others view him as a saint. Many people in America still have a portrait of Roosevelt hanging in their homes, despite the negative assessments many have of him.
  • 00:05:00 This video discusses the views of economist Friedrich Hayek on the role of the state in the economy, and how these views have changed over time. Hayek argues that any practical regulation of the economy leads to political regulation and slavery, and he sees Roosevelt's New Deal as a failed attempt to create a world of free people. Today, his ideas are seen as strong by some, but controversial by others.
  • 00:10:00 Thomas Mann discusses the similarities between Joseph the Pharaoh and Franklin Roosevelt, noting that Roosevelt's New Deal was innovative and clever. He also points out that Roosevelt was not a typical liberal democracy leader, as he was willing to get tough with the wealthy and powerful.
  • 00:15:00 This video discusses Franklin D. Roosevelt, his background, and how he rose to become one of the most influential American presidents. Roosevelt's family was from old money and he did not come from a poor background, but he did not come from a wealthy background either. His father was unsuccessful in his attempts to move up in the social hierarchy, but he was a rich man. Franklin Roosevelt led America during World War II and became disabled in the prime of his life. He is an interesting historical figure who has changed a lot due to his experiences and background.
  • 00:20:00 James Roosevelt was an American politician and businessman who married Sarah Delano, the daughter of a very rich man. He had two sons from his first marriage, and when his son from his second marriage was born, he was very difficult to birth. Franklin was adored by his parents and relatives, who were very interested in raising him. He almost never went to school, and spent most of his time with his parents. Franklin had a difficult relationship with his cousins, who he usually played with.
  • 00:25:00 Franklin Roosevelt was raised in a very strict and controlling environment by his mother and father. At the age of 14, he was forced to go to a boarding school which was very demanding and difficult for him. He had few friends and struggled academically. Eventually, he married Eleanor Roosevelt, who helped him to cope with his difficult upbringing.
  • 00:30:00 This video discusses the influence of Theodore Roosevelt on Franklin Roosevelt, who was greatly influenced by him. Roosevelt talks about how he learned at school to value discipline and duty, and how this taught him the importance of working for himself and others. He also talks about the missionary society he helped form and how it helped some old ladies.
  • 00:35:00 Theodore Roosevelt was a very successful man, who was able to overcome many obstacles during his life. He was a Republican and loved war, which is why he was very interested in starting the Spanish-American War. After becoming president, he changed his views on war and became more protective of the people who died for him.
  • 00:40:00 This video covers Franklin Roosevelt's life from his early days as a student at Harvard to his early political career as Assistant Secretary of the Navy. Roosevelt is noted for his arrogance and show-off behavior, which makes him unpopular with some of his classmates. He eventually conquers New York's political scene and becomes one of the most influential and successful presidents in American history.
  • 00:45:00 Theodore Roosevelt was a member of the Porcellian Club at Harvard, but did not get into the most prestigious club. He became a member of many other student organizations and showed great energy, but did not achieve the same level of success as those in the Porcellian. Franklin Roosevelt's father warned him against becoming president, but Franklin believed in his own abilities and pursued politics anyway. He fought against party bosses and, although he did not always win, his efforts made him a well-known figure in American politics.
  • 00:50:00 The video discusses the lives of Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt, and how their individual experiences helped them become successful leaders in American politics. Theodore Roosevelt was born into a wealthy family and had a clear launchpad to success, but he achieved a lot on his own by working hard and being energetic. Franklin Roosevelt, on the other hand, grew up in an unhappy family and had to work hard to build relationships with them. He got married early in his life and then had an affair, which greatly surprised his mother. After his wife's death, Franklin Roosevelt continued to work hard in politics, becoming governor of New York and then president of the United States.
  • 00:55:00 This 1-paragraph summary of Franklin Roosevelt's life describes how he became close to a political strategist named Louis Howe, who helped him become a successful politician. Howe was disliked by most people, but Roosevelt trusted him and relied on him for support.

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The video discusses Franklin Roosevelt's political career, focusing on his time as president. It explains how Roosevelt's policies helped to improve the economy during the Great Depression, but also how his opponents criticized him for not doing enough. The video also discusses Roosevelt's relationship with Joseph Stalin and the controversy surrounding the Allied landings in Normandy.

  • 01:00:00 The video discusses Franklin Roosevelt's early career, focusing on his work as an assistant minister of the sea. It explains how Roosevelt's interaction with workers and manufacturers broadened his horizons, and how his self-will helped him succeed in his career. The First World War begins, and Roosevelt tries to prevent the United States from entering it, but when German submarines start sinking American ships, the United States enters the war.
  • 01:05:00 This video discusses Franklin Roosevelt's political career, focusing on his time as vice president and his time as president. Roosevelt's wife Eleanor played an important role in his career, protecting the rights of various groups of people. After his presidency, Roosevelt and Eleanor's son had a tense relationship due to Franklin's continued correspondence with his former mistress, Lucy Mercer.
  • 01:10:00 Franklin Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the United States, overcame polio as a young man and went on to become one of the most influential and significant American presidents in history. His tireless work ethic, social policies, and charismatic leadership helped to revive the economy and create numerous programs to benefit the average American.
  • 01:15:00 The video discusses U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's two campaigns for governor of New York - in 1928 and 1930 - and how his policies of government intervention and social reform won him support from the public. In 1932, Roosevelt was nominated for President of the United States, and at the Democratic Party Congress he proposed the term "new deal," which became his campaign slogan. Despite opposition, he was elected in a landslide.
  • 01:20:00 This video discusses Franklin D. Roosevelt's relationship with the American people during his time as president. He is supported by a diverse coalition of different groups, including the working class, unions, minority groups, and intellectuals. Despite his prejudices, he manages to overcome them and lead the country through the Great Depression.
  • 01:25:00 In his inaugural address, Franklin D. Roosevelt called for action and immediate action in the face of the country's economic crisis. His speech and subsequent actions, such as passing an emergency budget and introducing bank holidays, helped to stabilize the economy and prevent widespread bank closures. Roosevelt's credibility was ultimately based on the severity of the situation and the belief of the public that he was on their side.
  • 01:30:00 The video discusses the history of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration, which is known for its extensive regulation of the economy. Roosevelt's opponents on the left criticize him for not pursuing a vigorous enough policy, while his supporters on the right praise him for his efforts to help the American people during the Great Depression. Roosevelt's popularity eventually led to his re-election in 1936, despite the fact that his opponent, Governor Huey Long, was popular too.
  • 01:35:00 This video discusses the life and political career of Louisiana governor and U.S. senator Huey Long. Long was known for his populist rhetoric and his promises to improve the lives of the poor and unemployed. However, as this video points out, Long's policies were often unrealistic and his administration was rife with corruption. Long was assassinated in 1935, and his son-in-law was the shooter. Roosevelt's policies in the years leading up to and following Long's death reflect this opposition, with measures like a luxury tax and a trade union rights law being passed.
  • 01:40:00 The video discusses the Great Depression and the role of President Franklin Roosevelt in the economy. Roosevelt's policies, which included social programs and interventions in the economy, helped to improve the situation for the American people. However, historians today are divided on whether these policies had a real impact on the economy.
  • 01:45:00 In the 1930s, Roosevelt attempted to convince the U.S. public and Congress that the rise of fascism was not a European problem that could be supported. He helped allies in Europe, appointed Republicans to high-ranking positions in the government, and pushed through agreements allowing for the establishment of U.S. military bases in the Caribbean. He closely followed events in the Far East and was very concerned about Japan's aggression. By helping China, Roosevelt helped to avert a world war.
  • 01:50:00 In the video, Roosevelt is discussed and his role in World War II is discussed. The Tehran conference is mentioned and it is shown that Roosevelt was trying to get Stalin to open a second front in Europe, but Stalin was not agreeing.
  • 01:55:00 This video discusses the controversy surrounding the Allied landings in Normandy in 1944, and claims that Franklin Roosevelt, in order to protect the interests of his fellow Americans, sold eastern Europe to Joseph Stalin. Roosevelt's son later reveals that his father had previously said that the issue was not about the landing, but who would control post-war Europe. Roosevelt's response to Stalin's accusation that he had misled his allies is touching.

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Franklin D. Roosevelt was one of the most influential presidents in American history, known for his leadership during the Great Depression and World War II. Some people view Roosevelt as a destroyer of free industry, while others see him as a savior who helped to improve the lives of millions of Americans. This lecture discusses Roosevelt's legacy and how he is viewed by different people.

  • 02:00:00 This lecture discusses the legacy of Franklin D. Roosevelt, who is widely considered to be one of the most influential presidents in American history. Roosevelt was known for his leadership during the Great Depression and World War II, as well as for his advocacy for social welfare programs such as Social Security and the New Deal. Some people view Roosevelt as a destroyer of free industry, while others see him as a savior who helped to improve the lives of millions of Americans.

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