The Crisis of the Old Order, 1919-1933
Houghton Mifflin, 1957 - 557 páginas
First of a projected series of 4 volumes interpreting the history of our times in terms of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. This volume presents a study of the years preceding Roosevelt's first term.
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Owen D. Young of General Electric , the most enlightened of the utility magnates ,
later testified on the Insull group before a committee of Congress . “ I confess to a
feeling of helplessness , " said Young , who had reorganized the finances of ...
1 It was doubtless also interesting for the same reason to young F.D.R. But there
were other reasons why Franklin was drawn to the Navy . From his childhood he
had loved ships and open water . From his early teens he had read Admiral ...
Leonard, 49, 355, 372 Woodin, William H., 280, 421, 440, 469, 472, 480, 481
Woods, Col. Arthur, 169–70, 179 Woods, Robert A., 25 World Tomorrow, 212
Young, A. N., 176 Young, Owen D., 72–73, 120, 173, 240, 282, 467–68 Young,
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THE CRISIS OF THE OLD ORDER: 1919-1933, The Age Of Roosevelt, Volume ICrítica de los usuarios - Kirkus
In Schlesinger's view, Roosevelt is the summation of an era in American social, political and economic life. He corresponds, in this respect, to Napoleon; anything about him, whether bearing directly ... Leer comentario completo
The crisis of the old order, 1919-1933Crítica de los usuarios - Not Available - Book Verdict
While a lot of ink has been spilled profiling FDR, Schlesinger's three-volume work remains among the best efforts. Released in the late 1950s, the trio begins with a broader overview of his early ... Leer comentario completo