SOURCE: Washington Post
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In his book, my father ceaselessly reminds us that hard work and idealism can create change.
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“We are in a media culture where we are buried in information but we know nothing."
"Though exciting to watch, Burns’s cinematic homage muddles the history."
SOURCE: The New Republic
In realizing the “personal” Roosevelts, something of the “public” is lost.
SOURCE: The Daily Beast
by Harvey J. Kaye
Arguably America’s most influential historian, Burns fashions a fascinating documentary from the lives of Teddy, Franklin, and Eleanor. But his story has grave gaps.
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