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    Mr. Martin English 2H 7 April 2014 Eleanor Roosevelt On March 17, 1905 , Eleanor Roosevelt married her fifth cousin once removed, Franklin Roosevelt. Intimate relationships between family members is greatly looked down upon and often associated with ignorance and ways of the past. However without her marriage to Franklin, Eleanor Roosevelt would have never became the woman she is today. Eleanor is one of America’s most influential and impactful women. Eleanor rose to her position of high esteem

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    help; they reached out to the White House to contact Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) and his wife, Eleanor. Around this time, Franklin became disabled because he contracted Polio. Eleanor had taken this opportunity to get involved to help her husband’s figure and to create one of her own. Eleanor was born on October 11, 1884. Eleanor’s parents, Anna Hall and Elliot Roosevelt had two children after, Elliot Roosevelt and Gracie Hall Roosevelt. Eleanor’s childhood was not perfect. Her mother died of Diphtheria

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    Eleanor Roosevelt Eleanor Roosevelt was known for many things and got tasks done on time. She was an outstanding woman and helped a lot with women’s rights. She always loved helping people and doing what’s best for them. She was a role model for many women and helped people with disadvantages. She was an important person for everyone with her personal life, her job, and had many accomplishments. Her personal life was full of interesting and amazing things. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was born on October

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    Eleanor Roosevelt Eleanor Roosevelt’s work has made a significant impact on the interpersonal domain. Her work touched the lives of millions of Americans and influenced many aspects of American politics. She was a master of her domain, interacting with millions and breaking down many barriers. Her work can be considered creative because it was so unconventional. She took on roles that were considered untraditional for women, and with an innovative approach. I admire her work as a leader, a woman

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    Eleanor Roosevelt was a honest person who had responsibility and compassion towards her husband , family and her fellow man, whatever their social status. She used great citizenship and initiative actions in dealing with anyone who was fortunate enough to make her acquaintance. Eleanor Roosevelt is an outspoken advocate of social justice. During the years she has taken over a lot of responsibility. For someone who spent thefirst third of her life as shy and timid, she showed great courage

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    Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Eleanor Roosevelt was born in New York City on October 11, 1884, daughter of lovely Anna Hall and Elliott Roosevelt, younger brother of Theodore. When her mother died in 1892, the children went to live with Grandmother Hall; her adored father died only two years later. Attending a distinguished school in England gave her, at 15, her first chance to develop self-confidence among other girls. Eleanor married her fifth cousin, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Tthey became the parents

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    respect as the first lady Eleanor Roosevelt gained a lot of her international esteem as a civil rights activist long before that. Eleanor’s interest in politics did not begin when her husband began his career in politics. Once he was named to the Democratic ticket, as Vice President Eleanor became interested in politics. While Franklin was becoming governor of New York she was campaigning for him unknowing that she was advancing her political career as well. Once Eleanor became first lady it was already

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    Eleanor Roosevelt Growing up in India, as I did, one never hears about female elected officials of United States. We had our own female leaders to study that not much was taught about female leaders of other countries. But among the exception was Eleanor Roosevelt, the wife of one the greatest American President. Though, she was the wife of Franklin Roosevelt, she was not known for being his wife. She, as I remember, more than any other woman, "typified... the realizaton of the dreams of

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    Eleanor Roosevelt as a Leader

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    leader. One very successful leader, who was also a hero in the popular press, was Eleanor Roosevelt. Eleanor Roosevelt made enduring changes in the role of the First Lady of the United States, and championed change in human rights around the world. The First Lady became a career position, a political platform, a media persona, and a worldwide influence at a time when most women did not pursue careers. Eleanor Roosevelt stood up for women when women did not have any rights. She then stood up for African-American

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    Anna Eleanor Roosevelt set out to accomplish many things in politics and human rights. Even though she was born into a wealthy family, she never let her wealth define her. She had many missions to achieve and there was nothing to deter her from achieving her goals. Eleanor remained strong to lend a helping hand to the people of the world. After the death of her husband, Eleanor stepped up to many responsibilities as First Lady. Born October 11, 1844, Eleanor was the daughter of Elliot and Anna Roosevelt

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