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Brain trust

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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...

Roosevelt's Brains Trust | Armstrong Economics

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The Brains trust became a term applied to the so-called group of advisers to Franklin Roosevelt during his presidential administration. Roosevelt's speechwriter.

Roosevelt Investments: Home

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Since our origins as the advisory firm of P. James Roosevelt, Inc., which began in 1971, we have been privileged to manage the investment assets for prominent ...

Meet the Advisors - Roosevelt University

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Meet the Advisors. Alicia Butler, Director of Undergraduate Academic Advising. abutler@roosevelt.edu. Alicia completed her bachelors degree at Western Illinois  ...

Harry Hopkins: President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Deputy President ...

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Jun 12, 2006 ... Roosevelt had other advisers, but he found Hopkins perfect company and liked to discuss important matters with him informally. Hopkins was ...

What was Franklin D. Roosevelt's advisors called - Answers.com

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Brain trust ... Name given to Franklin D. Roosevelt's group of advisors? Brain Trust ... What were Franklin D. Roosevelt's radio addresses called? Answer His ...

FDR, Pres. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Farmers

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But that's what happened with Franklin Delano Roosevelt. ... One of Roosevelt's advisors was Frances Perkins, a social worker who was later appointed ...

Teddy Roosevelt - President of the United States (POTUS)

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Information about ,Teddy Roosevelt the 26th president of the United States. ... listings of presidential staff and advisers, and timelines detailing significant events ...

Franklin Roosevelt's Foreign Affairs Advisers | Video | C-SPAN.org

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Oct 23, 2011 ... Franklin Roosevelt's Foreign Affairs Advisers A panel discussion was held on the role and influence of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's inner ...

Franklin D. Roosevelt: Life in Brief—Miller Center

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Faced with the Great Depression and World War II, Franklin D. Roosevelt, .... By the end of his second term, FDR and his advisers insisted that the federal ...

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FDR's Brains Trust - The George Washington University

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The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project ... refers to the group of academic advisers that FDR gathered to assist him during the 1932 presidential campaign.

SparkNotes: Franklin D. Roosevelt: Important Terms, People, 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 ...

Interview: Richard Breitman and Allan Lichtman, Authors Of 'FDR ...

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Mar 18, 2013 ... President Franklin D. Roosevelt said little and did less on behalf of Jews ... Some of his closest advisers and strongest supporters were Jews, ...