Not everyone can be an FDR, but everyone tries. A look at the American tradition of 100 days – the period in which the President, supposedly, must get everything done. A White House mastering it, and another White House, besieged by the press, not mastering it. A professor turned politician driving Congress in a forgotten fight.
- Wilson’s Whirlwind 100 Days
- Napoleon and the Origin of “100 Days”
- FDR’s Example – Is it Fair?
- What it All Means for Today
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