8 edition of Roosevelt and Hopkins found in the catalog.
by Enigma Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Wilson Miscamble (Introduction)|
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Hopkins was indeed, as his biographer shows, the poor person's ally and democracy's defender: More than any other single person he put into effect Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal and executed the Author: Merle Rubin. Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), , Hopkins, Harry L. (Harry Lloyd), , World War, Publisher New York, Harper Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
* “Roosevelt and Hopkins: An Intimate History” by Robert Sherwood – This Pulitzer Prize-winning book was authored by one of FDR’s speechwriters at the request of the Hopkins family following his death. While apparently a dual-biography of FDR and Harry Hopkins (who was a friend and adviser to FDR) the lion’s share of the attention. Genre/Form: Biographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sherwood, Robert E. (Robert Emmet), Roosevelt and Hopkins. New York: Harper, .
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Sherwood was a genius who won three Pulitzers and an Oscar, so it's a shame that this great book is Roosevelt and Hopkins book of print. At a thousand pages with unmissable footnotes, "Roosevelt and Hopkins" is a major undertaking and the sheer weight of documentation can be overwhelming at times, but patience will be rewarded with some unforgettable by: This is a magnificent biography of Harry Hopkins and Franklin Roosevelt.
Most of the book is on the war years, starting in and this means over eight hundred pages. And it is much more about Harry Hopkins than Franklin Roosevelt. Harry Hopkins was the /5. The reviews listed on Amazon don't begin to address the fact that for most historians, and those living during the 's and 's, Harry Hopkins was Roosevelt's right hand man, and after reading the biography of Hopkins, it's very easy to come to the unestablished but logical analysis that it was all about Harry from when Roosevelt was elected until when Truman came into by: 9.
Robert Emmet Sherwood ( - ) was an American playwright, editor, and screenwriter. Sherwood also served as a speechwriter for President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He recounted the experience in his book Roosevelt and Hopkins: An Intimate History, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography and a Bancroft Prize.
"Roosevelt and Hopkins: An Intimate History" is Robert Sherwood's Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Hopkins (a close friend and adviser to FDR). The author was a successful playwright who served as one of FDR's speechwriters (alongside Hopkins) for nearly five years.
Sherwood died in Roosevelt and Hopkins book the age of Because it offers a rare insight into the workings of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's wartime diplomacy, this book is the classic account of FDR's foreign policy during World War II, examining how Harry Hopkins, his friend and confidant, became the president's “point man” with /5(2).
I knew that Harry Hopkins was planning to write a book—indeed, he had talked to me about it some months before Roosevelt's death and had begun at that time to make arrangements with publishers.
When I saw him occasionally during the summer and fall of he talked as if he were making progress with the book and I eagerly awaited its.
Roosevelt and Hopkins: Volume 2 by Robert E. Sherwood and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at It was that same sense that I believe caused Roosevelt to wish for America to enter World War 2, that was the message that Hopkins took to the president, that Churchill understood.
A sense of. This book is the classic account of FDR's foreign policy during World War II and how Harry Hopkins, his friend and confidant, became the President's"point man". Hopkins acted as FDR's unofficial emissary to British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.5/5(1).
This is a classic, being the Harry Hopkins book, Hopkins would have written if he had lived long enough. Sherwood, a well know playwright and Frankin Roosevelt speech writer used Hopkins source materials and his own first hand knowledge to create this truly intimate history/5(21).
FDR's Aide Was Soviet Spy, Book Claims. By The Moscow Times. June 7, A new book claiming the White House of wartime U.S.
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share. I bought this book, on some fair measure, due to the review written by Mr. Passos on Amazon's web site.I had heard the name Harry Hopkins for many years, and had the somewhat vague knowedge that Harry Hopkins was an intimate advisor and assistant to Franklin : COVID Resources.
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Roosevelt baiters wont like it, for --while never apologetic -- Sherwood somehow manages to reenforce the greatness of the man and his contribution to world history. And Hopkins' relations with Roosevelt seem strangely to parallel the Wilson-House association, with.
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt were patrician bohemians, not radicals but liberal enough to include in their circle strong-willed eccentrics – the hyperactive gambler Harry Hopkins, or the cigar.
You would like to meet Mr. Hopkins in person, but unfortunately that is facts, ideas and the history in the book demonstrates that America had the most important political leader of the XXth century as president during second world personal opinion is that Mr.
Roosevelt is the man that was responsible for truly changing /5(4). Roosevelt and Hopkins: an intimate history, Volume 4. Robert Emmet Sherwood. Harper, - Hopkins, Harry Lloyd, - pages. 2 Reviews. Author's final copy with original sketches of the designer of the book, directions to the printer, and revisions.
On May 24 I said "An astonishingly wonderful book. It is like a saunter in /5(2). "Roosevelt and Hopkins is the classic account of FDR's foreign policy during World War II and how Harry Hopkins, his friend and closest confidant, became the President's "point man" with Stalin, Churchill and other allied leaders.4/5(2).
Harry Hopkins, who was also one of Roosevelt’s speechwriters, suggested the key phrase. A week later, Roosevelt dispatched Hopkins on a special mission to London. Born in in Sioux City, Iowa, Harry Hopkins grew up imbued with traditional Midwestern values of self-reliance, thrift, and : Historynet Staff.Harry L.
Hopkins, (born Aug. 17,Sioux City, Iowa, U.S.—died Jan. 29,New York City), U.S. New Deal Democratic administrator who personified the ideology of vast federal work programs to relieve unemployment in the s; he continued as President Franklin D.
Roosevelt’s emissary and closest personal adviser during World War II. Hopkins was a social worker in New York City.One of the best recent books published on American foreign policy was released more than 50 years ago.
Sherwood, a gifted speechwriter for F.D.R. and friend of his adviser Harry Hopkins, wrote his book with astonishing access to relevant people and papers in He then won the Pulitzer Prize for it in and published a revised edition in