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What can you do with the next 100 days

Action and Action Now - Planning FDR’s First 100 Days
Franklin Roosevelt became President on March 4, 1933, in the middle of the Great Depression and his first 100 Days proved the busiest and most successful legislative period in US history.

What do you plan to accomplish in the roughly 100 days of summer?
Summer can go pretty fast so you have to be sure to make the most of every single day. Start planning now so you don’t waste a minute of that precious sunshine!

  • Where do you want to go? 
  • What movies do you want to see? 
  • What friends will you get together with? 
  • What goals do you want to achieve? 
  • If you haven’t made any plans for the summer - what are you waiting for?

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Did You Know?
During the Great Depression, people were losing their jobs and homes and often had little to eat. FDR had plans to get as much done to help them as soon as possible and in the first 100 days in office, he passed 16 major pieces of legislation (laws). The first 100 days of every new presidential administration has been measured by this standard ever since. Roosevelt built on that early success with careful planning that got us through the rest of the Great Depression and led to the Allied victory over Hitler and the Axis Powers in World War II.

Quiz Question:
How many years did FDR serve as President of the United States?

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