Eleanor Roosevelt: Shaping Postwar Liberalism
Author Allida Black spoke about her book, "Casting her own Shadow: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Shaping of Postwar Liberalism". She talked about Eleanor Roosevelt’s ideas on the proper role of first ladies and how she became more outspoken on political issues when she was no longer first lady. She also talked about how the National Archives' resources helped her write this book. After her remarks, she took questions from the audience. close
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Allida M. Black Visiting Assistant Professor Pennsylvania State University->American Studies and History
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