Eleanor Roosevelt in Her Own Words

Eleanor Roosevelt in Her Own Words

Author - John M. Shea

Eleanor Roosevelt in Her Own Words
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Eleanor Roosevelt wasn’t content to be a seldom-seen, never-heard First Lady. Instead, she worked tirelessly for causes dear to her heart.

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