Roosevelt has often been accused of pretending to be isolationist while secretly leading the country to war. How do his foreign policy decisions leading up to the war support or refute this statement?
How did Roosevelt's relationship to big business change between the first and second Hundred Days, and how is this change reflected in the legislation passed during these periods?
How did Roosevelt's managerial style sustain his "one-man-show" in office for all four terms?
Do you believe that Roosevelt's motivation for the New Deal stemmed from political expediency or humanitarianism? Does his poor record of protection of civil rights support or dispute your answer?
How did FDR's paralysis from polio affect him and his career?
In what ways did the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor aid or impede the war effort in Roosevelt's eyes?