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Washington and Lincoln right this is ourguy FDR can't he can't go for a thirdterm now Hoodie should he what's goingon here well it wasn't against the lawthere was a tradition I discussed thiswhen I talked about the other Isabelright there was a tradition that you didnot go for a third termRoosevelt did not actively seek a thirdterm however the Democrats wanted himthe majority of Americans wanted him hewent for a third term and he got a thirdterm he also got a first term right 19401944 of the graphic right there's alittle tweet my apologies but you getthe idea here and 40 he wins anotherwell it's still landslide really I meanfive million more votes 22 to 27 it'spretty strong okay pretty strong Desmondpresident the one that kind of victorysince good lord Johnson in 1964 I thinkso in 1940 spam in 1944 he wins it's bya narrower margin okay each victory from
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the first to the second of the third tothe fourth Roosevelt one less votes okayeach win was a little smaller whichmeans that have you gone for a fifth orsixth or seventh somewhere in there healmost certainly would have beendefeated it means that there's not quiteso many Americans that are is thrilledwith them as time goes on I mean it'stime goes on the country is gettingbetter as time goes on people want toget back to the traditions of the oldAmerica for the most part you know thatthey loved and Roberta them really happywith it and that means that on somelevel or another increasing numbers ofpeople of San man maybe we need a newguy i mean you know nobody's supposed tobe there forever it's not like being aking or an emperor or something well thebottom line is it Roosevelt did win afourth term he probably should not infact he definitely should not have evenrun for a fourth time a fourth term aspresident because he was grievously illat that time his health problems fortremendous his hypertension is bloodpressure he was this close to a strokethat's in fact what killed himultimately was a stroke only a fewmonths after he began his fourth term aspresident here you see part of the FDRmemorial the FranklinRosa Memorial in Washington DC justgreat bust of a result one of the thingsthat I think is so impressive aboutroosevelt's time as president is that it
was it was under FDR that tremendousstrides were made in terms ofrecognizing that the United States isnot just a country full of whiteanglo-saxon Protestants that blacksmatter that Native Americans matter nowevery ethnic and racial group mattersand they need to be part of themainstream of American life theCatholics matter the Jews matter it'snot just Protestants okay there's theseother religious groups and even beyondCatholics and Jews and Muslims Hindusanimist what have you okay the UnitedStates made some real steps forwardduring the 1930s and 40s and that's whatwe're coming up right on to thebeginning of the civil rights movementyou made some tremendous sense for it in

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