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- Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United States of America.
- False transmit format Detection Ratio (in UMTS).
- Federal Democratic Republic (West Germany)
- flight data recorder
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Since history only really gives you one bullet point, I would argue that it will actually take fairly significant legislative action (as in FDR-level) to overshadow the fact of who he is. abb1 says:
FDR is not on a bill and he is more deserving to be on US currency.
I am still trying to figure out what FDR is still stealing “now”?
Comparing yourself to FDR is will not draw positive conclusions. jmz
Similarly, FDR is famous for being the person that brought us out of the Great Depression and led us in WW2.
ShelbyC says: neurodoc: If FDR is an exemplar of “activist government,” then how are we to understand his failure to make lynching a federal crime?
If FDR is an exemplar of “activist government,” then how are we to understand his failure to make lynching a federal crime?
On the other hand, people voted in FDR precisely because he promised change at time when Hoover was advocating a much more conservative approach.
Yet FDR is despised by most "conservatives" for such government intervention.
Again to agree with Hector, Obama, like FDR, is actually going to save capitalism.
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