The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt

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Hutchinson, 1962 - Presidents - 454 pages

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I didn't give this book 5 stars due to its entertainment value or writing style, but for its articulation of her values, trajectory of her personal growth, information, and inspiration. I'm glad I ... Read full review

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I got into reading about past Presidents around the time of the inauguration and became very curious about Eleanor Roosevelt when reading about her husband. After reading this three-volume ... Read full review

Contents

One Memories of My Childhood
3
Two Adolescence
18
Three Home Again
33
Four Early Days of Our Marriage
49
Five A Woman
56
Six My Introduction to Politics
65
Seven Washington
72
Eight Growing Independence
80
Learn to Be a Presidents Wife
158
1933
173
19341936
184
19361937
191
Twenty The Royal Visitors
199
Twentyeight An End and a Beginning
283
Twentynine Not Many Dull Minutes
293
Thirty Learning the Ropes in the UN
299

Ten Readjustment
98
Eleven The 1920 Campaign and Back to New York
107
Twelve Trial by Fire
114
Thirteen The Private Lives of Public Servants
129
19211927
141
19281932
147
Thirtynine Second Visit to Russia
389
Forty The American Dream
399
Fortyone Milestones
410
Fortytwo The Democratic Convention of 1960
421
Fortythree Unfinished Business
428
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