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An examination of the life and humanitarian work of American First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt. The paper begins by discussing her early life, including her childhood, education and family life. It then looks at her role as wife and mother and continues by discussing her life as First Lady, in which she achieved independence and broke many social boundaries. It then discusses the later years after her husband, President Roosevelt, passed away.
From the Paper:"Eleanor Roosevelt is remembered as a personality that is world-renowned, respected, and admired, and also as a lady who has left many lasting and meaningful impressions to mankind. Her work has stood against the scrupulous test of time. She was loved by millions of people for her humanitarian efforts for children, the oppressed and the poor. She was, as President Truman said, "First Lady of the World.""
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