AP US History Period 7: The Letters and Correspondence of Eleanor Roosevelt

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In this lesson, students, working in groups, will analyze and examine the various letters written to Eleanor Roosevelt and her response to each letter that she received. By the end of the lesson, students will realize that the First Lady wanted to know the plights of the American public and how the Roosevelt administration could alleviate these issues through proactive programs and legislation. In other words, Eleanor Roosevelt was the “eyes and ears” of the White House. Moreover, the class will also acknowledge that the First Lady and her secretary were efficient in providing immediate feedback in an age of typewriters and handwritten letters.
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AP US History Period 7:  The Letters and Correspondence of
AP US History Period 7:  The Letters and Correspondence of
AP US History Period 7:  The Letters and Correspondence of
AP US History Period 7:  The Letters and Correspondence of