Eleanor Roosevelt's My Day: First Lady of the World : Her Acclaimed Columns 1953-1962
by Eleanor Roosevelt
David Elmblidge (Editor)
Unretiring Eleanor Roosevelt (1894-1962) chose to be the "conscience of the Democratic Party" in the Republican-led 1950s. This third volume of her syndicated newspaper columnn, "My Day," samples her varied interests and causes, her international travels and the punishing schedule to which she adhered even in the last decade of her life. In mellow tones she tells of warm relationships with her many grandchildren; her close friendship with physican David Gurewitsch, with whom she shared a New York townhouse; appreciations of the first ladies who succeeded her. Unaltered was her longtime inclination to express her views, often controversial, on domestic and foreign affairs.
Publisher: Pharos Books (July 1991)
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.1 x 1.4 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
Condition: hardcover with dust jacket and mylar cover. Ex-library edition. Still tight and clean. Image is of actual book for sale.