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The New Deal
FDR was the only president in the US to serve three terms!
PUBLIC WORKS END UNEMPLOYMENT SOCIAL SECURITY INSURANCE GOAL: END DEPRESSION
NEW DEAL PLANS:
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Relationship With the Church
FDR was elected for his first term as president 1933. He worked hard to find solutions for the Depression through his New Deal, such as; the Emergency Banking Relief Act, which gave banks support from the federal government; the Social Security Act; and appointing several women to his cabinet. Despite many of his New Deal propositions being shot down, he continued fighting the Depression for two more terms as president.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt practiced in the St. James' Church located in Hyde Park, even serving as a vestryman. Despite this, he was not extremely religious. He did not regularly attend church, and certainly did not let any religious beliefs he held interfere with his job as president. Almost all indication of his religion was absent from his speeches.
Before the end of WW2, FDR was determined to run for a fourth term in office. However, unbeknown to even himself, he was suffering from a severe illness. On April 12, 1945, FDR died of a cerebral hemorrhage. This is the sudden leakage of blood into the brain, presumably from the opening of a small artery.
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