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From the Paper:"The position of first lady in American society is not codified anywhere. There is no mention of it in the Constitution and no body of law related to it. The recent active participation of Hillary Rodham Clinton in the role has engendered considerable discussion and even opposition, yet she is hardly the first first lady to take an active role in either politics or government. Eleanor Roosevelt was also a very active first lady, and she was also subject to considerable criticism for her political role. She also had no more guidance than any other first lady as to what her role should be, and she shaped that role to her own liking to as great a degree as possible. An analysis of her background, her political life, and her relationship to the policies of the Roosevelt Administration will show how she managed to shape that role and what she contributed.."
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