Post Tagged with: "FDR"

Time for a TVA on the Missouri

Time for a TVA on the Missouri

On the occasion of the anniversary of the TVA By Nancy Spannaus May 18, 2019—As we celebrate the 86th birthday of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), while in the midst of devastating floods in the Midwest, it is time to turn our minds to building a TVA on the Missouri.  […]

by May 18, 2019 Commentary, Infrastructure
FDR joins youth at a CCC camp.

FDR’s Environmentalism: Saving Mankind and Nature

By Nancy Spannaus (Sept. 24, 2019–I am reprinting this article because I believe it is crucial to resurrect the thinking of the author of the original New Deal, in order to address the array of crises being faced by this nation, and the world. These crises include widespread pessimism about […]

by January 5, 2019 Commentary
Francesco la Camera and Mamman Nuhu sign the agreement.

Lake Chad Project Advances FDR’s Vision for Africa

October 20, 2018—On October 16, a huge step forward was taken for the African continent, with the signing of an agreement between Italy and the Lake Chad Basin Commission to fund a feasibility study of the Transaqua water project. Francesco La Camera, director general of the Italian Environment ministry, and […]

by October 20, 2018 News Shorts
Italian Minister Paolo Savona

FDR Tradition Alive and Well–in Italy!

Oct. 18, 2018—To the chagrin of the international financial institutions, the FDR tradition is showing itself to be alive and well in Italy. Most upsetting to the powers-that-be has been the Italian government’s determination to break the EU’s budget austerity rules, in the interest of fulfilling some of its promises […]

by October 18, 2018 News Shorts