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Gain new insights on Eleanor Roosevelt's interests and opinions regarding refugees and displaced persons, the spread of communism, the development of the cold war, the promotion of the United Nations, and the depth and range of her friendships. This collection includes particularly insightful correspondence, memoranda, and reports from a wide range of heads of state, politicians and military officers, public figures, business and economic leaders, and the general public.
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The Freedom Riders National Monument in Anniston, Alabama commemorated the courage and commitment of the Freedom Riders in their fight to end segregation on interstate transportation in the early days of the civil rights movement.
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