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Essay heading: A Crippled Nation Stands Tall
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Franklin attended Harvard College from 1900-1904, and then ended up marrying his cousin Eleanor Roosevelt. Franklin's father died in 1900, thus entrusting the Springwood estate to Sara Roosevelt, Franklin's mother. "During Roosevelt's career, Springwood became incorporated into his public life. From the time of his first political election and acceptance speech on the Springwood portico in 1910, thereafter the scene would be repeated for each election...
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From the time of his first political election and acceptance speech on the Springwood portico in 1910, thereafter the scene would be repeated for each election. Cabinet members, heads of state, royalty, congressmen, senators, and Secret Service stayed at the house during the years of his presidency." Roosevelt was diagnosed with polio in 1921, but endured through the disease to take office, and be reelected three times...
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