Another classic, this time from Edge of the American West: Gives the Good Neighbor policy a new meaning.
On August 14, 1935, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act, bringing the modern welfare state to the American people and providing the nation’s poor long-desired old age
If you’ve never seen this cartoon by Chuck Jones from Looney Tunes and produced by the United Auto Workers in support of FDR’s 1944 re-election, do yourself a favor and check it out. This
I’m still having trouble seeing Bill Murray as Franklin Roosevelt, but he does have the look down. Also, I’m really glad Murray refuses to do Ghostbusters 3.
How do you celebrate your 52nd birthday if you are Franklin Delano Roosevelt? Toga party of course. Via
This is kind of interesting; the argument is that FDR may have been suffering from cancer during the 1944 Presidential campaign. The evidence of illness, they suggest, was covered up by his doctors in