Roosevelt and the Growth of the Presidency
Hanson, Franklin C., 1943-
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The farmer, laborer, handicapped, aged, and almost every other American owes something to Roosevelt. Since my background is from common people, and I have spent much of my last four years working in foundries, my thoughts also go toward helping the common man. I believe the laborer is the basis of the country. I am one hundred percent behind any legislation that is able to improve their being. Roosevelt was a man that had the well-being of the laborer at heart. Out of respect for Roosevelt and a desire to learn more of him and his times, the following paper was written.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email email@example.com to request access to this SIP.