Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the US. He was the only president in the history of America to be elected four times. He was a great leader. He led his country through the 2nd World War and the Great Depression. He launched a series of reforms and programs under the New Deal that were aimed at extensively expanding the powers of the nation’s federal government. He died in 1945 in Georgia.
Franklin was born in 1882 in Hyde Park to Sara Delano Roosevelt and James Roosevelt. He gained most of his formal education from private tutors and his parents. He received a BA degree in History from Harvard. He studied law from the Columbia University of New York.