Among his closest advisers--agriculture secretary Henry Wallace, presidential aide Raymond Moley, labor secretary Frances Perkins, Civil Works Administration director Harry Hopkins
, and budget director Lewis Douglas--were either conservatives who advocated for reduced spending or progressives who lobbied for increased oversight and aid for the poor.
She was born in Hillfields, Coventry, and moved to Matterson Road, Radford, Coventry, with her husband Harry Hopkins
, who died of lung cancer 23 years ago, aged 70.
The only exception was the next-to-last sentence, the phrasing of which was suggested by his close adviser Harry Hopkins
And while Edith and Grace Abbott had powerful support to expand the scope of mothers' pensions under Social Security, at the last minute Harry Hopkins
, director of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, substituted his own plan, which subsequently was enacted into law.
There is no account of the social science and policy work of people such as Jane Addams, Florence Kelley, and their colleagues at Hull House, or New Deal architects Harry Hopkins
and Francis Perkins.
He told Harry Hopkins
, one of Roosevelt's closest aides, "I would rather have a declaration of war now and no supplies for six months than double the supplies you are sending us but no declaration of war.
I WAS appalled to read of the pensioner, Harry Hopkins
, who had his life savings stolen by a vile criminal (' I've lost the lot', ECHO, Sept 19).
Retired civil engineer Harry Hopkins
, 74, was sitting outside his sheltered accommodation flat on Huyton's Longview estate when the thief pulled up in a van and asked him if he wanted to buy a bed.
naval representative on the Combined Munitions Assignment Board alongside Harry Hopkins
Picture/Flair PhotographyThe wedding took place of Rachel Frances Williamson, daughter of Alison and Eric Williamson, and Robert Simon Hopkins, son of Chris and Harry Hopkins
Tax and tax, spend and spend, elect and elect," as Roosevelt's aide Harry Hopkins
put it, became the basis of Democratic power.
The fundamental continuity of Soviet foreign policy vis-a-vis the Western democracies from day one of the Bolshevik Revolution, which is luminously clear to Henderson and his subalterns, was apparently not so clear to President Roosevelt and to those around him like Harry Hopkins
, who simply did not, could not, or would not understand the meaning of Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism.