Tuesday, September 30, 2008

What would Franklin say?

Life goes on: On April 14, 1938, FDR reminded listeners, “The never-ceasing evolution of human society will doubtless bring forth new problems which will require new adjustments. Our immediate task is to consolidate and maintain the gains we have achieved. “In this situation there is no reason and no occasion for any American to allow his fears to be aroused or his energy and enterprise to be paralyzed by doubt or uncertainty.”

Deal Journal - : In Lieu of Any Real Leadership, Let's Ask Franklin D. Roosevelt