Harry Hopkins Biography

(1890–1946)
One of the closest advisers to Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Hopkins helped architect the New Deal and created the Works Progress Administration (WPA).

Synopsis

Born in Iowa in 1890, Harry Hopkins was a social worker who went on to become perhaps the closest personal adviser to Franklin D. Roosevelt. He helped architect the New Deal and created the Works Progress Administration.

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