Eleanor roosevelt remains a compelling and interesting person, and these quotes give her greater voice--kenneth bindas, author of remembering the great. Lorena hickok (third from left) and eleanor roosevelt (second from right) she's a person,” she wired her boss, after observing eleanor's. J william t youngs eleanor roosevelt: a personal and public life new york: longman, 2000 xv + 286 pp $2195 (paper), isbn 978-0-321-04372-6.
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