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Eleanor Roosevelt 1884-1962 For someone who never held elective office Eleanor Roosevelt wielded a great deal of political power She wrote now laws and appointed no high officials yet the self-knowledge and profound humility that invested her regard for every human being has made the story of her life a morality play that brightens the American memory There is no human being wrote Eleanor Roosevelt in one of her several columns that she frequently wrote for newspaper from whom we cannot learn something if we are interested enough to dig deep This basic sense of kinship with which she approached the world dictated her vocation of helpfulness The honesty with which she told us of the long path she traveled to free herself of fear and prejudice and become an independent person has placed her in that special pantheon reserved for shapers of the human spirit Eleanor Roosevelt appeared on the American secant and began being herself out in the open where folks could see the process of womens long struggle to free themselves from their husbands dutiful shadows It is said that famous mane are usually the product of an unhappy childhood wrote Winston Churchill The stern compression of circumstance the spur of slights and taunts in early years are needed to evoke that ruthless fixate of purpose and tenacious mother-wit without which great actions are seldom accomplished His words about an unhappy childhood shaping the greatness of later years were applicable to Eleanor Roosevelt Eleanor Roosevelt was born on October 11 1884 She was quotes Anna Roosevelt Eleanors mother She is a funny child so old-fashioned that we always call her Granny She was put down allot as a child by her mother she felt ashamed of herself She never felt that her mother ever loved her but she saw her father
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