People Hated Her in Her Prime, but Today She is Admired from Afar

The Endearing Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt holding poster of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (in English), Lake Success, New York. November 1949.
Eleanor Roosevelt (Wikimedia Commons)

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” *

Though polls today may show Eleanor Roosevelt is one of the most admired First Ladies in the United States, she wasn’t always.




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