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  • Chief of State

    On Mar 4 1933, Roosevelt had his inaguration to become the 32nd president. Afterwards he talked with alot of people and shook their hands which made him use his Chief of State power.
  • Cheif Executive

    Roosevelt's "First 100 Days" concentrated on the first part of his strategy: immediate relief. From March 9 to June 16, 1933, he sent Congress a record number of bills, all of which passed easily. He used his power as Chief Executive for this.
  • Chief Legislator

    During the first 100 days as president Roosevelt set out to create The New Deal. To halt depositor panics, he closed the banks temporarily. He then opened new agencies who helped people during the depression. This was an example of him using his power as Chief Legislator.
  • Chief of Party

    By the year of 1941 Roosevelt had used his power as Chief of Party to appoint 8 out of 9 Justices to the Supreme Court.
  • Executive Order

    President Franklin D. Roosevelt authorized this executive order to freeze Japanese assests in the United States.
  • Commander in Cheif

    A day after the Pearl Harbor attack, Roosevelt used his power as Coimmander in Chief to start making decisions about what military action should be done about Japan, Germany, and Italy.
  • Cheif Diplomat

    During Feb 1945 Roosevelt went to Yalta, despite his bad health, to discuss plans with Stalin and Churchill to decide what would happen after the war was won. He used his power as Chief Diplomat to do this.