Published in March 1933 when Franklin Delano Roosevelt was first inaugurated, the classic New York Times
bestseller Looking Forward
delivers F.D.R.'s honest appraisal of the events that contributed to the Great Depression and mirror our own situation today. With blunt, unflinching, and clear prose Roosevelt attacks head-on the failure of the banking system and the U.S. government and sets forth his reasoning and hope for the major reforms of his New Deal.
Compiled from F.D.R.'s articles and speeches, Looking Forward includes chapters such as ""Reappraisal of Values,"" ""Need for Economic Planning,"" ""Reorganization of Government,"" ""Expenditure and Taxation,"" ""The Power Issue,"" ""Banking and Speculation,"" and ""National and International Unity"" in which Roosevelt argues for the reassessments and reforms that are needed again in American society and throughout the world today.
An inspiring beacon from the past, Looking Forward sheds critical light on today's turbulent world.