Politics Sep 17

Would America elect a Roosevelt today?

If you’ve been watching the epic documentary “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History” on PBS, then you you’ve probably come to know Teddy, Franklin and Eleanor as more than just the iconic leaders of America’s coming of age. They were complicated…

In 1935 construction started on a massive New Deal project proposed by FDR in Passamaquoddy Bay. The Quoddy Dam Project would have stored the rising tide behind multiple dams and then slowly released the water through turbines, producing electricity. But…

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From George Washington to the current Barack Obama, presidential campaigns have shaped American culture and history in lasting ways. Highlighted here are some notable items featured at the Library of Congress which tell an interesting story about the evolution of…

Question: Is there any talk of reinstating the Glass-Steagall Act? Paul Solman: For those who can’t remember as far back as 1933, Glass-Steagall was an act of Congress passed only three months after President Roosevelt took office and…

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