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FDR and the American Crisis

By Albert Marrin
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Library edition with trade jacket added

Publisher Random House Imprint Knopf ISBN

9780385753609

Awards and Honors 2016 Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People, 6–8<br> 2015 Cybils Awards Nomination, Young Adult Nonfiction<br> Children’s Book Committee Bank Street College of Education, 2016 Best Children’s Books of the Year, History

FDR and the American Crisis

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Discrimination: Disability,Discrimination: Racial Insensitivity/Racism,Discrimination: Xenophobia,Language: Mild Language,Violence: Cruelty to Animals,Violence: Strong Violence,Violence: Torture,Violence: War/Harsh Realities of War

Was Franklin D. Roosevelt a champion of the poor and a defender of freedom, or was he an elite who violated civil rights? In fact, America’s thirty-second president was all of these things—and more. Notes. List of books on FDR and his times. Index. Black-and white reproductions of period documents and artwork. Black-and-white photographs.
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Nonfiction High Plus (Grades 9 & Up)

Nonfiction High Plus

Nonfiction High Plus (Grades 9 & Up)

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