Faculty News | CNN | 24 Jul 2011
For debt crisis lessons, look back 225 years
Re: Nancy F. Koehn
President Franklin Roosevelt was a master of appeal during the Great Depression, says Nancy Koehn, a historian at Harvard University's School of Business. He helped settle a jittery nation's nerves through his fireside chats by explaining in concrete terms why New Deal legislation was necessary, she says.

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