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Samuel Rosenman (1896 1973) was an indispensable advisor to Roosevelt throughout the course of his New York governorship as well as his presidency. He helped with many of FDR's speeches and wrote scads of executive orders; he was an indispensable part of FDR's administration.

"'Sammy the Rose's' value to Roosevelt can be gleaned, in part, from some accomplishments that need no longer be kept secret. As a coordinator, he suggested and helped in the organization of the War Manpower Commission, and the National Housing Agency. As a talent scout, he called the President's attention to administrative stars like Donald Nelson (1888 1959). And as a peacemaker - one of his chief rolls - he settled squabbles between the Treasury Department and the Alien Property Custodian over the control of alien property; between the War Production Board and the Federal Power Commission over wartime electrical power; and between the War Department and the Department of Justice over proposed anti-trust suits against certain war manufacturers."

Here are various articles about FDR's New Dealers:

Read about Harry Hopkins here...

Read about Harold Ickes here...

Read about Vice President John Nance Garner here...

Read about Francis Perkins here...

Read about Harry Truman here...

FDR's critics had a thing or two to say about the first year of "The New Deal"...

Read a conservative essay that slandered FDR's "Brain Trust" here...

The group that advised FDR on all matters involving the African-American community was popularly known as "the Black Brain Trust"...

Click here to read a 1945 article about the funeral of FDR.

     


Sam Rosenman: FDR's Right Arm (Coronet Magazine, 1944)

Sam Rosenman: FDR's Right Arm (Coronet Magazine, 1944)

Sam Rosenman: FDR's Right Arm (Coronet Magazine, 1944)

Sam Rosenman: FDR's Right Arm (Coronet Magazine, 1944)

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