Franklin Roosevelt is probably on the way to being the most-written-about U.S. president since Lincoln. Scheduled for release this fall:
As He Saw It, by F.D.R.'s second son, Elliott Roosevelt, with a foreword by Eleanor Roosevelt. (Says Elliott in an introduction: "I shared his most intimate thoughts. . . .")
F.D.R.My Boss, by former presidential private secretary Grace Tully.
Frontier on the Potomac, by former Press Secretary Jonathan Daniels.
The Roosevelt I Knew, by former Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins.
Dinner at the White House, by Louis Adamic.
White House Physician, by Vice-Admiral Ross T. Mclntyre.
Obviously all the authors are admirers of the late President. The estimates...