Read the two links:- https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/source/heloise1.asp
Answer the following questions. Focus on creating an argument that is supported with specific evidence from the documents:-
Q1. What seems to be the relationship of men in the documents?
Q2. Are there specific expectations placed on women according to the documents?
Q3. How do the women discussed in the documents challenge these expectations?
Q4. What are the reactions of those around them to these challenges?
Q5. Were women always successful in these challenges? Why or why not?
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, known to many as FDR, was not only a leader for his time, but a leader for all times. Not only did FDR successfully lead his nation through possibly the two most dramatic, and consequential world events of the 20th century, the Great Depression and WW2; he is also responsible for spearheading the creation of the United Nations, as well as the series of programs, projects, policies and laws that came to be known as the “New Deal”. Through his experimentation and willingness to listen and learn from others, FDR demonstrated that he was the man to lead America forward. FDR’s actions throughout his presidency shaped not only the way Americans lived their lives, but how the world perceived America for decades to come. Throughout his presidency, FDR was able to display his brilliance in leadership. However, what was the greatest achievement in each of his four terms? And perhaps most interesting of all, what was his greatest failure? For his brilliance in leadership, as well as a lack of competent competitors, the American people rewarded him with an unprecedented four terms in office. In his first term he successfully tiptoed around the edge of the precipice, leading the American people from the turmoil caused by the Great Depression. In his second term, perhaps his most undervalued achievement was the packing of the supreme court, for it was here where you can see the long lasting impact. His third term was dominated by World War Two and the successes enjoyed by the allies. In his fourth term, despite the brevity of it, he was able to establish the foundations of the modern United Nations. Truly a leader for all times. From the moment FDR won the governorship of New York State, to the moment he became president of the United States of America, you see an unparalleled level of political victories. In his first presidential campaign, the elites of the democratic party thought that they could control him. In the end, their underestimation of FDRs coolness proved costly, with him ultimately using it to his advantage. History tells us that the world was overall, a better place because of his actions, but what exactly did he do to transform America in specific, and >GET ANSWER