- SKU: 7603952
- Release Date: 01/10/2006
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This four-part series chronicles the life and political career of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. In episode three, the subject is FDR's leadership of America during the Great Depression. The nation turned to this son of great wealth for a host of social programs that promised a New Deal for the common man. Archival news clips and photographs, interviews with politicians and friends, and commentary by historians present the story of America's great leader. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
American Experience: FDR, Vol. 1 - The Center of the World (1882-1921)
This four-part series chronicles the life and political career of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. This first episode looks at the early life of FDR. Born into a wealthy family, there was little about his youth that would suggest the giant of history that he would become. His entry into state politics and a significant meeting with a woman named Eleanor would change his life and the course of a nation. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
American Experience: FDR, Vol. 4 - The Juggler (1940-1945)
This four-part series chronicles the life and political career of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. In this last episode, the story turns to the war years. The days leading up to the bombing of Pearl Harbor and America's entry into World War II were turbulent ones in America. FDR's strong leadership charted America's course, as the newly emerging world power took on the responsibilities of the war in Europe. Meanwhile, back in America, the New Deal was still a work in progress. Archival news clips and photographs show the events of the day, including FDR's death in 1945. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
American Experience: FDR, Vol. 2 - Fear Itself (1921-1933)
This four-part series chronicles the life and political career of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. In this second episode, the subject is FDR's courageous fight with polio. With his wife Eleanor Roosevelt at his side, FDR, wins the Democratic nomination for president. He takes office at the beginning of the Great Depression. Exhorting the nation to keep the faith, FDR utters his famous words: "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi