FDR Library Fall Forums: "FDR's Inner Circle"

To gain greater understanding of the important behind-the-scenes figures so integral to the Roosevelt story, the FDR Presidential Library and Museum and the Roosevelt Institute presented “FDR’s Inner Circle," two free public forums in the fall of 2011.

Click here FOR VIDEO fROM THE EVENTS.

Sunday, September 25, 2011
FDR’s Inner Circle: Domestic Policy
Moderator: Alan Chartock, President and CEO, WAMC, Northeast Public Radio; Adam Cohen, author of Nothing to Fear: FDR’s Inner Circle and the Hundred Days that Created Modern America; Linda Lotridge Levin, author of The Making of FDR: The Story of Stephen T. Early, America's First Modern Press Secretary; Joseph E. Persico, Historian and Franklin D. Roosevelt biographer; Allida Black, Executive Editor, fdr4freedoms Digital Initiative and Board of Governors, Roosevelt Institute; and Ellen Chesler, Senior Fellow, Roosevelt Institute and former Director, Eleanor Roosevelt Initiative on Women and Public Policy, Hunter College. 

 

Sunday, October 23, 2011
FDR's Inner Circle: Foreign Policy
Moderator: Stuart Shinske, Executive Editor/Director of Content and Audience Development, Poughkeepsie Journal; Lynne Olson, author of Citizens of London: The Americans Who Stood with Britain in Its Darkest, Finest HourDouglas Waller, author of Wild Bill Donovan: The Spymaster Who Created the OSS and Modern American EspionageThomas Parrish, author of Roosevelt and Marshall: Partners in Politics and WarAllida Black, Executive Editor, fdr4freedoms Digital Initiative and Board of Governors, Roosevelt Institute; and David Woolner, Senior Fellow and Resident Hyde Park Historian, Roosevelt Institute.