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Handlin Lauds FDR

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Although Franklin D. Roosevelt made many mistakes, what he salvaged was more valuable than what he lost, Oscar Handlin, professor of History, maintained in an article in yesterday's Boston Globe.

"Despite immense difficulties, the nation, under his leadership, avoided the temptations of dictatorship and restrained essential changes within a democratic order," Handlin said.

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