Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume 1
Visionary, activist, political wife, woman of surprising independence, Eleanor Roosevelt was the most influential First Lady the United States has ever had and undoubtedly the most important woman in American political history.
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ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: Vol. I, 1884-1933User Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
From Cook (History/John Jay; The Declassified Eisenhower, 1981, etc.)—the first volume of a massive biography of Eleanor Roosevelt, which, in seeking redress for its subject, is flawed by its own ... Read full review
Review: Eleanor RooseveltUser Review - Elissa - Goodreads
Very thorough research. I gave it 2 stars not because the quality of the work was poor; but rather because I didn't care for the author's style, and therefore didn't enjoy reading it. Much preferred No Ordinary Time, and will have to keep hunting for another Eleanor biography. Read full review