Eleanor Roosevelt lived 17 years after her husband Franklin's death in 1945. This is the story of those mature years, in which her humanitarian work earned her the title of First Lady of the World.Eleanor Roosevelt lived 17 years after her husband Franklin's death in 1945. This is the story of those mature years, in which her humanitarian work earned her the title of First Lady of the World.Read Less
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If you like biographies and enjoy history, this a good read. The background on the forming of the UN and Eleanor's role is worth the time to read this book. Lash writes in a style that is easy and interesting. I want to read his "Eleanor and Franklin" next.
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