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The Eleanor Roosevelt Program Episode 60
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In the opening segment, Eleanor Roosevelt and Elliott Roosevelt respond to a listener's question about the merits of socialized healthcare. In the interview segment, ER interviews Glamour magazine editor-in- chief, Elizabeth Penrose.

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The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project
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Eleanor Roosevelt
Elizabeth Penrose
Elliott Roosevelt
Date Added:
01/02/1950
The Eleanor Roosevelt Program Episode 7
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In the opening segment, Eleanor Roosevelt and Elliott Roosevelt discuss whether or not women can run a household successfully while also working a job that has different hours than her husband works. In the interview segment, ER interviews boxer Ezzard Charles.

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Eleanor Roosevelt
Elliott Roosevelt
Ezzard Charles
Date Added:
10/19/1950
The Eleanor Roosevelt Program Episode 8
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In the opening segment, ER and Elliott Roosevelt discuss working for a boss who is a
woman. In the interview segment, Eleanor Roosevelt and actress Tallulah Bankhead discuss the Foster Parent Plan and
baseball.

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Eleanor Roosevelt
Elliott Roosevelt
Tallulah Bankhead
Date Added:
10/20/1950
The Eleanor and Anna Roosevelt Program, June 3, 1949
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In this segment, Eleanor Roosevelt interviews Eunice Carter, an attorney and chairman of the board of trustees of the National Council of Negro Women.

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Eleanor Roosevelt
Eunice Carter
Date Added:
06/03/1949
The Eleanor and Anna Roosevelt Program, March 9, 1949
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In Hollywood, Eleanor Roosevelt and Anna Roosevelt talk about the ethical obligations of news reporters and the slanting of news against certain races and ethnicities. Later in the episode, Anna Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt award Mrs. C.K. Allen, , wife of the superintendent of Rhodes House at Oxford University, as Woman of the Day.

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Author:
Anna Roosevelt Halsted
Eleanor Roosevelt
John Nelson
Date Added:
03/09/1949
The Eleanor and Anna Roosevelt Program, November 8, 1948
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In the inaugural episode, Anna Roosevelt, broadcasting from Hollywood, introduces the show and discusses the presidential election. From Paris, Eleanor Roosevelt talks about Truman's reelection and ejecting the Dixiecrats from power. Anna then returns to discuss news of the day, sports for women, and fashion.

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Anna Roosevelt Halsted
Eleanor Roosevelt
Date Added:
11/08/1948
If You Ask Me, June 1946
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In her June 1946 "If You Ask Me" column, published by Ladies' Home Journal, Eleanor Roosevelt answers her reader's questions on racism, civil rights, disability, marriage, and dating.

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Date Added:
06/22/1947
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt's Own Program: Sponsored by SweetHeart Soap Episode 1
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April 30, 1940. Eleanor Roosevelt introduces the program, discusses why she travels, and mentions her visit to migrant workers' camps in California.

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Ben Grauer
Eleanor Roosevelt
Date Added:
04/30/1940
Mrs. Roosevelt Meets the Public Episode 28
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In this episode, Senator Margaret Chase Smith hosts in place of Eleanor Roosevelt, and discusses morality in American politics, culture, and society. Her guests include fellow senator Estes Kefauver, and Lawrence Kubie, a psychiatrist with the Yale School of Medicine.

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Cena Pepe
Eleanor Wadsworth
Elliott Roosevelt
Estes Kefauver
Lawrence Kubie
Margaret Chase Smith
Mark Ebersols
Date Added:
04/22/1951
Mrs. Roosevelt Meets the Public Episode 6
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In this episode, Eleanor Roosevelt and her selected guests question the New York City mayoral candidates: Paul Ross, Edward Corsi, Ferdinand Pecora, and Vincent Impellitteri.

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Author:
Edward Corsi
Eleanor Roosevelt
Elliott Roosevelt
Ferdinand Pecora
Muriel Hutchinson
Paul Ross
Phyllis Pollack
Richard Craven
Vincent Impellitteri
Date Added:
11/05/1950
My Day, December 22, 1948
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In this edition of her widely syndicated "My Day" coumn, Eleanor Roosevelt describes her work in drafting the Universal Declaraton of Human Rights. She explains some of the troubles in negotiating with her colleagues on the human rights commission and addresses some criticism from the American public about domestic enforcement of international law.

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Eleanor Roosevelt
Date Added:
12/22/1948
My Day, December 7, 1960
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In this edition of her widely syndicated "My Day" coumn, Eleanor Roosevelt addresses the 1960 election, concerns of voting fraud, and the John F. Kennedy's incoming presidential administration.

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Date Added:
12/07/1960
My Day, February 27, 1939
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In this edition of her widely syndicated "My Day" coumn, Eleanor Roosevelt alludes to her resignation from the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). In ealry 1939, the DAR's board, preferring to keep their concert venue segregated, had cancelled a performance by Aftrican American vocalist Marian Anderson. That decision prompted Roosevelt to end her membership with the organization. In April, Roosevelt arranged for Anderson to perform at the Lincoln Memorial to an integrated audience.

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Eleanor Roosevelt
Date Added:
02/27/1939
My Day, January 23, 1946
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In this edition of her widely syndicated "My Day" column, Eleanor Roosevelt discusses her role in the early functioning of the United Nations and the forumulations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Other topics include French president Charles de Gaulle's resignation and narcotics regulation.

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My Day
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Eleanor Roosevelt
Date Added:
01/23/1946
My Day, November 18, 1948
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In this edition of her widely syndicated "My Day" coumn, Eleanor Roosevelt details the drafting of Article 19 of the Declaration of Human Rights, which upheld the right to democratic process. She also highlighted a United Nations resolution on Arab refugees from Palestine and her travels by plane through Europe.

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Date Added:
11/18/1948
My Day, September 30, 1948
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In this edition of her widely syndicated "My Day" coumn, Eleanor Roosevelt gives her opinion on United Nations regulation of atomic weapons and energy. ER supported efforts for international oversight. Here Roosevelt explains why she believed both Soviet and American delegates should reconsider their objections and allow inspections.

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My Day
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Eleanor Roosevelt
Date Added:
09/30/1948
Over Our Coffee Cups:  Pan-American Coffee Bureau Series Episode 11
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On the day of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Eleanor Roosevelt discusses what the nation must do to face this international crisis. Roosevelt also interviews Corporal James Cannon.

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The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project
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Author:
Dan Seymour
Eleanor Roosevelt
James Cannon
Leon Pearson
Date Added:
12/07/1941