Eleanor Roosevelt lived during an exciting time. Women had just
gained the right to vote. As a first lady, she made her own agenda
and gave her husband, Franklin D. Roosevelt, plenty of advice. She
stood up for the weak and advocated for equal rights regardless of
gender or skin color.
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