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  • Most Famous First Ladies

    Two of the most famous first ladies are Eleanor Roosevelt and Jacqueline Kennedy, who made major waves in their respective political and social spheres; however, before these two first ladies made their impact, their predecessors paved the way for future first ladies’ progress. Before Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt’s reform campaigns, Lou Hoover pushed for feminist propaganda by delivering speeches on national radio. Almost 175 years before Mrs. Kennedy, Elizabeth Monroe enchanted…

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  • Anna Eleanor Roosevelt's Psychotic Behavior

    Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was one of the most influential women of her time. She was born on October 11, 1884 in New York City. The first child born to Elliot and Anna Livingston Ludlow Hall Roosevelt, Eleanor was born into a wealthy, aristocratic family. However, while the Roosevelt family was a very distinguished family related closely to political figures like Theodore Roosevelt, the family was constantly plagued by troubles. Anna Roosevelt was from an aristocratic background and constantly…

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  • Roosevelt Vs FDR Essay

    Teddy and Franklin Roosevelt shared many of the same political ideas, although they came from different political parties. Both answered to the same Progressive calling, and used their time in office to expand both the power of the executive as well as the overall size of the Federal Government. It can be said that Teddy Roosevelt (TR) laid the groundwork for the advent of Progressive Politics, while FDR expanded these ideas. Franklin Roosevelt (FDR), admired his older cousin, and followed his…

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  • Barbra Joan Streisand Research Paper

    Barbra Joan Streisand is an accomplished singer, talented actress, and a generous philanthropist. She came into the world we live in on April 24, 1942, in beautiful Brooklyn, New York. She was born to her lovely parents, Diana and Emanuel Streisand. Originally, her name was spelt “Barbara,” but she hated it. She changed it by dropping the extra “a.” Barbra has two siblings, Roslyn and Sheldon. Streisand is the only artist/actress to receive a Tony, an Emmy, multiple Grammys including the…

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  • Eleanor Roosevelt: Jeanne's Feelings About Her Heritage

    Jeanne’s Feelings About Her Heritage Eleanor Roosevelt was the wife of Franklin D Roosevelt. She was the U.S president from 1933 to 1945. She was mostly involved in racial and social justice which is why she said this about the Japanese. “You gain courage strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.You are able to say to yourself, ‘I have lived through this horror, I can take the next thing that comes along.’ You must do the thing you…

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  • Eleanor Roosevelt Personality

    People are rarely placed to work in a position with no specific job description. Those who are, usually fail. However, this was not the case for Anna Eleanor Roosevelt. She grasped the opportunity to influence the world, and did so with grace and passion. The title “Wife of President Franklin Roosevelt” does not do her justice. Eleanor was more than a First Lady and she was more than a wife, in fact, she was one of the most esteemed women in the world. Eleanor Roosevelt dramatically changed the…

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  • Theodore Roosevelt Achievements

    Theodore Roosevelt was born October 27, 1858 in Manhattan, New York City. He was one of most famous people in the twenty century. Theodore Roosevelt was an American statesman, governor of New York, writer, and soldier. Also he became the youngest president in the United States. During his entire life, Theodore Roosevelt expanding the U.S navy and lead the soldier won the war in Cuba. This victory led he became a famous hero in the United States. Theodore Roosevelt has many political experiences…

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  • Edmund Morris: The Rise Of Theodore Roosevelt

    Theodore Roosevelt” by Edmund Morris, captures the early life of Roosevelt from a unique perspective which gives the audience a significant insight on his ascendance to the presidency. Edmund Morris does an extraordinary task of describing Roosevelt’s life by focusing on detail. Morris is most widely known for his biographies on U.S Presidents, born in Kenya on May 27th, 1940. “The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt” was published in 1979, soon after, it was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and the National…

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  • Explain How Theodore Roosevelt Changed The World

    Teddy Roosevelt Destined for greatness or not? Theodore Roosevelt was an important person that changed the world. He was a very confident man who believed in a better society. He did not just want to help the United States. He wanted to expand himself over the world. The question is, did he change the world for better or worse? He gained people’s trust, urged them to do right, and was a very open minded person. Teddy Roosevelt oversaw the Panama Canal. “Roosevelt sought to bring the United…

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  • What Makes Theodore Roosevelt A Good President

    of how great they were as presidents. The answer is Mount Rushmore. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt are the only four presidents that have been immortalized on the face of that rock. Out of the four the one that is probably the least well known is Roosevelt, but there is a reason that Roosevelt was chosen. He was one of, if not the, most eccentric and remarkable presidents and that can be seen through his life his actions as president and the huge…

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