Her presence was felt the minute she came into the room. William Rusher She had an up-country aristocratic attitude that turned a lot of people off.She had buck teeth; her voice kind of quavered so that it was easy to imitate and to mock.
Eleanor Roosevelt struggled to overcome an unhappy childhood, betrayal in her marriage, a controlling mother-in-law, and gripping depressions — all the while staying true to her passion for social justice. Image Bank ITN Fred Mac Donald Associates National Park Service Mary Mc Leod Bethune Council House National Historic Site, Washington D. National Archives and Records Administration NBC News Archives Franklin D.
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Geoff Ward One of the things people don’t understand about Eleanor Roosevelt, because she seemed so ladylike, and she has that aristocratic voice and that manner: she was tough as nails.
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She was happiest in the public arena, she was least happy in her most intimate private life.