Eleanor Roosevelt and the Universal Declaration of Human RightseBook - 2013
Surveying Eleanor Roosevelt's early years and then concentrating on her life-long commitment as an activist, Fundamental Freedoms tells of Eleanor's pivotal role in creating the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in the aftermath of World War II and the Holocaust. As demonstrated throughout all four parts of this resource, Eleanor was no ordinary person: she redefined the role of a first lady as she established her own career as a nationally-syndicated journalist and continually spoke out on behalf of the underprivileged. In 1945 after the death of her husband, President Franklin Ro.
Publisher: New York : Facing History and Ourselves, 2013
Branch Call Number: 973.9 Ou
Characteristics: 1 online resource (426 pages)