Eleanor Roosevelt: A Defining First Lady – clip
Allida Black / University of Virginia
Eleanor Roosevelt is shrouded in stereotypes: she was FDR’s eyes and ears, an idealist who did not do or understand policy, a woman scorned who sought the public’s love, and many more.
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