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Topic - Roosevelt
"We are all Keynesians now," Milton Friedman famously wrote in 1965. At that time, Friedman was reflecting on several decades of government interventionism in economic policy.
Here are Saturday's results in the finals of the Colorado Class 4A state track and field championships at Jefferson County Stadium. (Running events in meters):
First-round pairings for the Colorado Class 4A state high school wrestling tournament, which will be held Thursday, Feb. 20, at Pepsi Center:
A Hawaii high school is expected to resume normal operations Wednesday after a police officer shot a 17-year-old runaway on campus, prompting a lockdown and canceling classes.
A police officer shot a 17-year-old runaway in the wrist Tuesday morning at a Hawaii high school after the teen cut one officer with a knife and punched two others, authorities said.
Authorities say a police officer shot a 17-year-old runaway in the wrist at a Hawaii high school after the teen cut one officer with a knife and punched two others.
Republican-turned-independent Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee has again switched his political affiliation — this time to the Democratic Party.
The year 2012 is about to expire. It was a blank in my judgment -- poof! -- and it is gone. We have the same sorry vacuity in the White House, bereft of a clue as to how to run the government.
The year was 1939, and American businesses, still reeling from the previous year's recession, decided they wanted an extra week of Christmas shopping. The solution? They asked President Roosevelt to move Thanksgiving up a week. Roosevelt complied — and confusion and outrage ensued.
Teddy wins! Teddy wins!
Some time ago, a TV personality coined the phrase "the greatest generation" to describe those of us who were schooled during the Great Depression, beat the veteran armies of Japan and Germany to a pulp in a worldwide war and turned our industry into a war machine the likes of which the world had never seen. But he was wrong. Our generation was just as ignorant, clumsy and befogged as any of its predecessors, but it was American and - at least to us - that made all the difference.
Old friend and columnist Joseph Alsop once told me of arriving in China with a clanking sword he had hassled across the Pacific, given him by his cousin, FDR, along with an instant "inside-the-Beltway" Navy commission.
On D-Day in 1944, when American troops stormed the beaches at Normandy, President Roosevelt called on "Almighty God" for strength and perseverance as our troops attempted to rid the world of Nazi tyranny.
For several generations of foreign-policy students, the term "Yalta" was a code word for an ailing President Roosevelt bartering into communist slavery Poland and other Eastern European nations.
In 1995, 20 D.C. high schools worked with a successful nonprofit for culinary education. This fall, the vocational training program is scheduled to work with two.
"Continued dependence upon relief induces a spiritual and moral disintegration fundamentally destructive to the national fiber," President Roosevelt said in 1935, at the height of the Great Depression. "To dole out relief in this way is to administer a narcotic, a subtle destroyer of the human spirit."
President Roosevelt and his Nationalist China ally Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek agreed that Europe's domination would go following the Allied victory.