13 Mar 2019 05:41

Letters from Eleanor: When Do Private Acts Have Public Consequences? – w/ Claire Potter

What can the private lives of public figures like Eleanor Roosevelt and J. Edgar Hoover tell us about their impact on U.S. history? Historian Claire Potter helps us navigate the relationships among identity, power and actions—and why we must teach them.

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