Brain trust began as a term for a group of close advisers to a political candidate
or incumbent, prized for their expertise in particular fields. The term is most
associated with the group of advise...
The Brains trust became a term applied to the so-called group of advisers to
Franklin Roosevelt during his presidential administration. Roosevelt's
The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project ... refers to the group of academic advisers
that FDR gathered to assist him during the 1932 presidential campaign.
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Harry Hopkins, who was also one of Roosevelt's speechwriters, suggested the
key ... Roosevelt had other advisers, but he found Hopkins perfect company and
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Brain Trust - · The Brain Trust was the nickname coined by New York
newspapers for the group of political advisors that Roosevelt gathered together to
help him ...
The term "New Deal" was coined during Franklin Roosevelt's 1932 Democratic ...
Many of Roosevelt`s presidential campaign advisors continued to counsel him ...
To help him, FDR depended on a sizeable coterie of advisers to a degree ... The
First New Deal began almost immediately upon Roosevelt's assumption of the ...
If President Roosevelt was going overseas he would fly or go by ship (once the
Germans were sent packing with their U Boats). On land he had his own train car