1. Maureen Corrigan reviews Hazel Rowley’s book about Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt’s unconventional marriage: "Nothing against the French, but there’s no contest here.  While Sartre  and de Beauvoir were hashing over gender roles in sequestered cafes,  Franklin and Eleanor had already forged their own cutting edge version  of a marriage, despite living for nearly four terms in the fishbowl of  the White House." View in High-Res

    Maureen Corrigan reviews Hazel Rowley’s book about Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt’s unconventional marriage: "Nothing against the French, but there’s no contest here.  While Sartre and de Beauvoir were hashing over gender roles in sequestered cafes, Franklin and Eleanor had already forged their own cutting edge version of a marriage, despite living for nearly four terms in the fishbowl of the White House."

  2. franklin roosevelt

    fdr

    eleanor roosevelt

    hazel rowley

    maureen corrigan

    npr

    fresh air