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" This squalid mess is due to nothing but Governor Roosevelt's own weakness and timidity. . . . The trouble with Franklin D. Roosevelt is that his mind is not very clear, his purposes are not simple, and his methods are not direct. "
Inside Wall Street - Página 193
por Robert Sobel - 2000 - 288 páginas
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The Crisis of the Old Order, 1919-1933

Arthur Meier Schlesinger - 2003 - 557 páginas
...nothing but Governor Roosevelt's own weakness and timidity. . . . The trouble with Franklin D. Roosevelt is that his mind is not very clear, his purposes are not simple, and his methods are not direct." " There were issues on which Roosevelt as governor was clear, simple, and direct; and they were conceivably...
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The Politics of Hope: And, The Bitter Heritage : American Liberalism in the ...

Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. - 2008 - 539 páginas
...Roosevelt's governorship. "The trouble with Franklin D. Roosevelt," he wrote during the Walker affair, "is that his mind is not very clear, his purposes are not simple, and his methods are not direct." In January 1932, he was provoked to his celebrated evaluation of Roosevelt as "not the dangerous enemy...
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