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Following the death of her husband in 1945, Roosevelt went on to serve as delegate to the United Nations General Assembly, representative to the Commission on Human Rights under Harry S. Truman, and chairwoman of the Presidential Commission on the Status of Women under John F. Kennedy. In addition to her political work, Roosevelt is the author of multiple books on her life and experiences, including This Is My Story, On My Own, and The Moral Basis of Democracy. She died on November 7, 1962.
- ASIN : B01GFB1OQ6
- Publisher : Open Road Media (July 19, 2016)
- Publication date : July 19, 2016
- Language: : English
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The other thing that struck me was that the more things change, the more they remain the same. Prejudice and greed and selfishness still exist. We still have too many people who think they are somehow superior to others. We still have too many politicians that will do anything illegal, unethical, or immoral to obtain power. We still have too few people who will be active citizens; to vote, to serve on juries, to pay attention to their local governments. Too many people who think compromise is a dirty word. Having said all of that, I still believe in the basic good of people and Eleanor Roosevelt’s “small book” reinforces that belief.