Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: Human Rights and the Creation of the United Nations

@article{Urdang2008FranklinAE,
  title={Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: Human Rights and the Creation of the United Nations},
  author={Ivy P. Urdang},
  journal={OAH Magazine of History},
  year={2008},
  volume={22},
  pages={28-31}
}
  • Ivy P. Urdang
  • Published 2008
  • Political Science
  • OAH Magazine of History
Franklin D. Roosevelt’s role in the creation of the United Nations is generally studied separately from his efforts to relieve human suffering in the United States during the Great Depression. A study of FDR’s New Deal philosophy reveals, however, that FDR was deeply committed to the protection of human dignity as early as his 1932 presidential campaign. During the campaign he made it clear “that money, rather than humanity, was expendable” (1). Roosevelt’s calls for legislation to protect… Expand

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