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        Eleanor Roosevelt - Teacher's Resources: Teacher's Guide

        For more than 30 years, she was the most powerful woman in America. Niece of one president and wife of another, Eleanor Roosevelt was at the center of much of this century's history -- a charismatic woman of charm and of contradictions. Aristocratic in voice and manner, she was also "tough as nails," says historian Geoffrey Ward. Explore her role as First Lady during the New Deal, in this teacher's guide, from American Experience: "Eleanor Roosevelt."

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