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This I Remember
This I Remember
By Eleanor Roosevelt
Harper, 1949, 387 pp

These interesting memoirs carry Mrs. Roosevelt's story from the early twenties to her husband's death in 1945. The narrative is a rare combination of the personal and political, contains many discerning sidelights on persons and policies of the New Deal and war years, and reveals that Mrs. Roosevelt's character and interests would undoubtedly have led her to an outstanding career even had she not been the President's wife.