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This DVD is the intimate and moving portrait of one of the most remarkable women in American history. Richard Kaplan's lively documentary reveals the human face behind the American icon, beginning with the emotional deprivation suffered by this plain, awkward little girl born into a socially prominent and powerful family. She began a lifelong crusade to speak out about injustice and oppression in any form. This 1965 documentary was narrated by Eric Severeid, Archibald MacLeish, and Mrs. Francis Cole, and also includes a 1996 tribute to Elean Roosevelt by Hillary Rodham Clinton.