Nana Maternal’s dictum~”If you cannot say anything nice about someone~do come sit tight close by me, my dear~and whisper your confidences,”~altogether broke down on the death of Frank Roosevelt. On that day, Nana’s Social Day Book was completely blank.~Meanwhile, in Mummy’s Day Book was jotted simply~”Far, far better~far, far too late~than not at all, Amen.”

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Born: January 30, 1882
Died: April 12, 1945 (age 63)
Nationality: American
Occupation: President
Bio: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, also known by his initials, FDR, was the 32nd President of the United States and a central figure in world events during the mid-20th century, leading the United States during a time of worldwide economic depression and total war. The only American president elected to more than two terms, he facilitated a durable coalition that realigned American politics for decades.~~

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Nana Maternal’s dictum~”If you cannot say anything nice about someone~do come sit tight close by me, my dear~and whisper your confidences,”~altogether broke down on the death of Frank Roosevelt. On that day, Nana’s Social Day Book was completely blank.~Meanwhile, in Mummy’s Day Book was jotted simply~”Far, far better~far, far too late~than not at all, Amen.” 

No one of my family ever had the first kind word for Frank Roosevelt~~and I am not going to break that tradition at this advanced hour~~except to let Frank quote himself today~~on a number of subjects that American politicians might well carefully consider themselves~~

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Frank of foreign affaires~~

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Frank on indigenous policies and general outlooks~~to wit~~

~~Education~~

Franklin D. Roosevelt

~~Decent JOBS~~and all that other silly stuff related~~that everybody at Washington ignores and forgets about today~~

Honor, honesty and obligation~~Frank~~please~~we are modern sophisticates today at Washington~~silly child~~

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Amen~~


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No one of my family ever had the first kind word for Frank Roosevelt~~and I am not going to break that tradition at this advanced hour~~except to let Frank quote himself today~~on a number of subjects that American politicians might well carefully consider themselves~~

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Franklin partying with
Anastasio Somoza in Washington, D.C., 
May 5, 1939. 
 

Good Neighbor Policy (1933-1945)

“In the field of world policy I would dedicate this nation to the policy of the good neighbor–the neighbor who resolutely respects himself and, because he does so, respects the rights of others–the neighbor who respects his obligations and respects the sanctity of his agreements in and with a world of neighbors.”–Franklin Roosevelt, 1933

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Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza with President Franklin Roosevelt in Washington in 1939. Eleanor Roosevelt and Salvadora Somoza stand behind them. President Franklin Roosevelt with Nicaraguan
dictator Anastasio Somoza in Washington, D.C.,
May 5, 1939.

U.S. Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Rafael Trujillo, dictator
of the Dominican Republic, signing the Hull-Trujillo Treaty,
September 24, 1940.
First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt
with the Trujillos, San Pedro de
Macoris, March 1934.

Cuban President Fulgencio Batista meeting 
Franklin Roosevelt.
Batista and Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt.

Batista and Roosevelt, 
December 1942
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December 1942

Batista and Cordell Hull at the Pan-American Union in December 1942 Batista and Cordell Hull at the Pan-American Union in December 1942

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FDR’s Address to the Governing Board of the Pan American Union, Washington, D. C., April 14, 1939
FDR’s Address by radio to the Eighth Pan American Scientific Congress, Washington, D. C., May 10,1940
Rio De Janeiro Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics, January 15-28, 1942
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No one of my family ever had the first kind word for Frank Roosevelt~~and I am not going to break that tradition at this advanced hour~~except to let Frank quote himself today~~on a number of subjects that American politicians might well carefully consider themselves~~

Nana Maternal’s dictum~”If you cannot say anything nice about someone~do come sit tight close by me, my dear~and whisper your confidences,”~altogether broke down on the death of Frank Roosevelt. On that day, Nana’s Social Day Book was completely blank.~Meanwhile, in Mummy’s Day Book was jotted simply~”Far, far better~far, far too late~than not at all, Amen.”

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