FDR: Elected in Spite of or Because of His Disability?

The Center for Disability Resources and Paul V. Galvin Library present “FDR: Elected in Spite of or Because of his Disability?” on Wednesday, October 24 at 7:00 pm in Siegel Hall Auditorium.

Severely disabled by polio in 1921, Franklin Delano Roosevelt went on to serve two terms as governor of New York and 12 years as President of the United States. Utilizing rare pictures and video, this program will explore FDR’s “splendid deception” and how his disability influenced his leadership style.