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Published July 1966 by HarperCollins (first published January 1st 1963)
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This book serves as a loud and vibrant call to action to a generation of Americans to take charge of the opportunities they've received to improve the world for all. I can't help but think, though, that Eleanor Roosevelt glosses over some portions of history which contradict her optimistic outlook (the quote on England giving its colonies freedom, for instance).

I agree with her message overall, especially her calls to improve education and fully involve women in all aspects of this country's bu
Anna Olswanger
Allida Black is a preeminent Eleanor Roosevelt historian. Thanks to her vision and dedication to the legacy of Eleanor Roosevelt, she made it possible through the Roosevelt estate for Tomorrow is Now, Eleanor Roosevelt's battle cry of civil rights, to be republished in time for the 50th anniversary of Mrs. Roosevelt's death. Dr. Black wrote the Introduction and President Clinton wrote the Foreword. I found President Clinton's Foreword moving and Dr. Black's Introduction exhilarating. I felt as ...more
Eleanor Roosevelt is a personal hero of mine, and this, her final book, displays her energy and wisdom and fundamental optimism.
Great section on education. Very pertinent to the mentality of education today. Zoned out a bit on Roosevelt's spiel about America's place in the world etc., but overall wise words crammed into a very short book.
Stacey Rose-blass
Do not let fear decide your fate - COURAGE!
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