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Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume 2

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Jun 01, 2000 | 736 Pages

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Jun 01, 2000 | 704 Pages

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Praise

“Irresistibly readable…Cook’s portrait of a woman in the thick of things during the hardest of times will stand as definitive.” –Washington Post

“Cook gets at the tender, sprightly creature behind the starchy, strident image.”–Maureen Dowd, New York Times Book Review.

Table Of Contents

Eleanor Roosevelt Volume 2 Preface and Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. Becoming First Lady
2. Public and Private Domains
3. ER’s Revenge: Henrietta Nesbit, Head Housekeeper
4. Mobilizing the Women’s Network: Friendships, Press Conferences, Patronage
5. ER’s New Deal for Women
6. Family Discord and the London Economic Conference
7. Private Times and Reports from Germany
8. Creating a New Community
9. The Quest for Racial Justice
10. The Crusade to End Lynching
11. Private Friendship, Public Time
12. Negotiating the Political Rapids
13. 1935: Promises and Compromises
14. The Victories of Summer, 1935
15: Mobilizing for New Action
16: A Silence Beyond Repair
17: Red Scare and Campaign Strategies, 1936
18: The Roosevelt Hearth, After Howe
19: The Election of 1936
20: Postelection Missions
21: Second Chance for the New Deal
22: 1937: To Build a New Movement
23: A First Lady’s Survival: Work and Run
24: This Is My Story
25: This Troubled World, 1938
26: Race Radicals, Youth and Hope
27: Storms on Every Front
Notes
Notes on Sources and Selected Bibliography
Index

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