The Eleanor Roosevelt Encyclopedia Maurine H Beasley

ISBN: 9781280468643

Published: January 1st 2001

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656 pages


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The Eleanor Roosevelt Encyclopedia  by  Maurine H Beasley

The Eleanor Roosevelt Encyclopedia by Maurine H Beasley
January 1st 2001 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 656 pages | ISBN: 9781280468643 | 3.34 Mb

Perhaps the most important woman in 20th century America, Eleanor Roosevelt fascinates scholar and layperson alike. This exciting encyclopedia brings together basic information illuminating her complex career and making the interaction between herMorePerhaps the most important woman in 20th century America, Eleanor Roosevelt fascinates scholar and layperson alike. This exciting encyclopedia brings together basic information illuminating her complex career and making the interaction between her private and public lives accessible to scholars, students, and the general public.

Written by scholars--including the most eminent Eleanor Roosevelt and New Deal scholars--journalists, and those who knew her, the 200 plus entries in this book provide easy access to material showing how Eleanor Roosevelt changed the First Ladys role in politics, widened opportunities for women, became a liberal leader during the Cold War era, and served as a guiding spirit at the United Nations. A unique resource, the book provides an introduction to American history through the vantage point of a woman who both represented her times and moved beyond them.



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