Eleanor Roosevelt was the first lady of the United States that was social activist

Eleanor Roosevelt was the first lady of the United States that was social activist

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Dear President I believe that Eleanor Roosevelt deserves a holiday for her act to put out grate country in the right step and should be recognized this is why. Eleanor Roosevelt was the first lady of the United States that was social activist. She served as the first lady from March 1933 to April 1945 longer then any other president wife. She had a part in work force safety in 1902 at 18 years old with Nathaly Consumer’s League. During WW1 she helped out by volunteering with the Red Cross. Throe this she helped organize the Navy Red Cross canteen and tended to wounded Navy sloggers. During the grate depression 1929 to 1941 she hade became a rule model to women being involved in the community and nation. Eleanor believed that the government should help the citizen out that needed it most. She also supported federal antilynching laws even thou her husband did not
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