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Franklin D Roosevelt served longer than any other president of the United States He held office from 1933 until his death in 1945 at the beginning of his fourth term During his presidency he led the United States through two great crises the great depression of the 1930s and World War II FDR is considered the greatest president the USA ever had FDR had a very easy early life He was born on January 30 1882 in Hyde Park New York He was born into a well to do family of three James his father was a well-to-do investor and the vice president of a small railroad company His mother Sarah came from a rich New England family Hickok 1-7 A governess taught Franklin until he was fourteen then he entered Groton School in Massachusetts When he graduated from Groton he then went to Harvard to study law where he was chief editor of the school newspaper He finished Harvard in 1904 and then he went to Columbia Law School He studied there until he passed his bar exam and then he quit In this time he met a woman who was his distant cousin Her name was Eleanor and they fell in love The got married in 1905 Rawcliffe 11-13 Franklin got involved in politics when he was 28 in 1910 Even though hopes were dim Democratic leaders persuade him to run Luckily the Republican vote was split that year and Roosevelt won a State senate seat Roosevelt supported Wilson for the Presidential nomination in 1912 so when Wilson won in 1913 he appointed FDR Assistant Secretary of the Navy Many thought that Roosevelt was a bad choice because he seemed too unpredictable but he served as a successful administrator during WWI In 1920 at age 38 he won the Democratic nomination for Vice President to run with James Cox The campaign was a terrible loss Warren G Harding won in
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