A new book peels back the legend to examine FDR’s first 100 days.
Emily Post was a fierce egalitarian who believed that behavior – not income – defined class.
There’s impetus to move quickly on the economy though some seats are empty.
His team looks ready to spend at least $675 billion on projects to jolt the US economy.
Louis Auchincloss’s 65th novel finds relevance in Wall Street attorneys of a bygone era.
A lesson from Great Depression, historians say, is that Roosevelt didn't spend enough to jolt economy into recovery.