Eleanor Roosevelt, first lady and humanitarian

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Eleanor Roosevelt transformed herself from a shy, self-conscious girl to a revered figure on the world stage as an internationally-respected human rights activist. Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with David Michaelis, author of a new biography, “Eleanor,” about the first lady’s partnership with her husband, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and how she found herself as a globetrotting humanitarian following FDR’s death.

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