In 1950, FDR’s son James Roosevelt lost in a landslide against Earl Warren for the race of Governor of California.
I don’t exactly recall how I stumbled upon Hyde Park on Hudson, but I was intrigued as the movie featured President Franklin Roosevelt and the British monarch King George VI. FDR was one of my favorite presidents and I enjoyed The King’s Speech film which told the story about George VI’s struggles as a monarch.Continue reading “Hyde Park on Hudson (2012 Film) Review”
In 1944 President Franklin D. Roosevelt proposed a 2nd Bill of Rights for Americans. Some of the things he wanted to be included was a right to be employed with a living wage, a right to education, a right to food/clothing, a right to health care, a right to social security, and freedom from monopolies.Continue reading “Fun Fact: 2nd Bill of Rights”
When not in Washington D.C., President Franklin D. Roosevelt would stay in Warm Springs, Georgia. Often living in a modest home nicknamed the Little White House. FDR would later pass away there in 1945.
In his spare time, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was an avid stamp collector. He showed great pride in his collection, with many from all over the world.