My Day: The Best Of Eleanor Roosevelt's Acclaimed Newspaper Columns, 1936-1962
Unretiring Eleanor Roosevelt (1894-1962) chose to be the "conscience of the Democratic Party" in the Republican-led 1950s. This third volume of her syndicated newspaper column, "My Day," samples her varied interests and causes, her international travels and the punishing schedule to which she adhered even in the last decade of her life. In mellow tones she tells of warm r...more
Not sure why that site is so broken, but all her full columns are there, so now that I finished reading the Jefferson correspondence that is archived online, I guess this will be my next project.
This book--while good and fast ...more
In her columns, Eleanor Roosevelt emphasizes that she is very much a regular person ...more
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