Abraham Lincoln 's call for a unified nation in his Civil War-era Gettysburg Address, Franklin Delano Roosevelt 's handling of the Great Depression and John F.
What does FDR stand for?
FDR stands for Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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We have 121 other meanings of FDR in our Acronym Attic
- Foncière des Régions (French real estate investment trust company)
- Fondo di Rotazione (Italian: Revolving Fund)
- Force Development Requirements
- Force Distribution Report
- Foreign Disaster Relief
- Formal Design Review
- Formal Dining Room
- Forum Deutsches Recht (German: German Law Forum)
- Forward Door Relay
- Franklin Delano Romanowski (Seinfeld character)
- Franklyn D. Resorts (Jamaica)
- Fraudulent Document Recognition (various organizations)
- Free Domain Radio (website)
- Freedom Debt Relief (consumer finance)
- Frente Democrático Revolucionario (Spanish: Democratic Revolutionary Front)
- Frequency Directed Run-Length
- Frequency Domain Reflectometry
- Frequency Domain Refractometer
- Frequency Dynamic Range
- Full Disclosure Report
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In 1935, FDR (president Franklin Delano Roosevelt ) passed the Social Security Act .
I've spoken to some historians, and I think they will agree, regardless of, you know, your political preferences, that we had as much on our plate this year as any president has ever had in their first year" since former president Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
What Ails The White House is not excessively meticulous in its study presidents, focusing most especially on the hidden illnesses such as Franklin Delano Roosevelt, re-elected in 1940 with severe hypertension and congestive heart failure, John F.
The story is set in the year that Franklin Delano Roosevelt is elected, during the height of the Great Depression.
The 2003 recall election shattered the myth that politicians need to occupy a seat for decades to be the second coming of Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Later, after her 1905 marriage to distant cousin Franklin Delano Roosevelt, she actively supported her husband during his senate years and, ultimately, his presidency.
Bush chose a platform in Latvia to repeat an old right-wing slur against Franklin Delano Roosevelt.