Creater of the New Deal
Franklin Roosevelt impacted the economy by creating the New Deal to end depression and fight in war.
BIRTH: January 30, 1882
DEATH: April 12, 1945
SPOUSE: Eleanor Roosevelt
CHILDREN: Anna, John, James, and Elliot
DATE OF PRESIDENCY: 1933-1945
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The Great Depression
Franklin helped people recover from the Great Depression by giving people jobs, creating the New Deal, making more programs, changing the federal government, and changing peoples lives.
The New Deal
The New Deal that Franklin created was very effective towards ending the Great Depression. It was the greatest expansion of federal power, it marked an activist role in the government, the government took on added responsibility for all the programs, it was a very powerful presidential office, and it was a series of experiments to get people out of depression.
President of the U.S.
Franklin Roosevelt was one of the most helpful presidents for the United States. He was the only president to serve more than two terms, before he was president there was 15 million people unemployed, but thanks to the New Deal, over 8 million people became employed. He lifted the nation from depression, he lead the nation through two epochal crisises during his presidency, and the overall government improved.
During Franklin's presidency, he had to remain in a wheelchair due to a diagnosis of polio. Despite the fact Franklin was paralyzed, he still tried numerous therapies for a cure. He taught himself to walk short distances to avoid being seen in public in a wheelchair.
World war ii
Franklin Roosevelt helped conquer hitler in World War II. While he was serving in the navy, he earned a silverstar. Franklin played an active role in the navy by leading the allied powers.