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Eleanor Roosevelt: A Most Remarkable First Lad‪y‬ Seneca's 100 Women to Hear

    • Society & Culture

The wife of one president (FDR) and the niece of another (Teddy Roosevelt), Eleanor Roosevelt upended her expected role to become an advocate for social justice and equal rights—for women, for African-Americans, for the poor and for working people. Betty Boyd Caroli, author of books including First Ladies: Martha Washington to Michelle Obama and The Roosevelt Women reveals just how remarkable Eleanor was.
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The wife of one president (FDR) and the niece of another (Teddy Roosevelt), Eleanor Roosevelt upended her expected role to become an advocate for social justice and equal rights—for women, for African-Americans, for the poor and for working people. Betty Boyd Caroli, author of books including First Ladies: Martha Washington to Michelle Obama and The Roosevelt Women reveals just how remarkable Eleanor was.
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