3 edition of A President in Our Midst found in the catalog.
Source title: A President in Our Midst: Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Georgia
|Statement||University of Georgia Press|
|Publishers||University of Georgia Press|
|LC Classifications||Jun 01, 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
nodata File Size: 9MB.
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author of The Man He Became: How FDR Defied Polio to Win the Presidency - James Tobin Read More. Or is this the way he befuddles a hostile press? Minchew writes with simplicity and clarity, but her book provides all the details a reader would want about Roosevelt's visits to the Peach State, starting long before his bout with polio brought him to Warm Springs.
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In the uncertain and unsettling time of the COVID-19 crisis, we may be wise to consider our good fortune and family. The Jamaica Observer ePaper is available to you at home or at work, and is the same edition as the printed copy available at• The book particularly focuses on Warm Springs, where Roosevelt died in 1945 after visiting the mineral springs for 20 years in the hopes of curing or at least alleviating his polio symptoms.
Had I not recently made the trip to view these places, I might well have finished the book. Most important, FDR learned to love and respect common Americans—beginning with the farmers, teachers, maids, railroad workers, and others he met in Georgia.
Fear has a way of unraveling the human psyche and creating an atmosphere of unrest.