[...] most biographies left off with her departure from the White House after the death of her husband in the spring of 1945. [...] no portrait of Eleanor Roosevelt will be complete that does not include her career as a gifted diplomat, her understanding of the importance of the institutions of civil society, and the religious convictions that gave life to her impassioned commitment to social activism.
God and Mrs. Roosevelt Mary Ann Glendon First Things; May 2010; 203; Docstoc pg. 21 Reproduced with permission of th
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