Chapter One: First Lady
1. What was Eleanor Roosevelt doing before her husband ran for President?
2. What did Eleanor Roosevelt feel her husband did to her lifestyle by running for President?
(a) Belittled it.
(b) Improved it.
(c) Took it away.
(d) Undermined it.
3. What does Freedman say Eleanor Roosevelt did about this feeling?
(a) Argued fiercely.
(b) Argued fiercely.
(c) Kept silent.
(d) Talked herself out of it.
4. What does Freedman say Eleanor Roosevelt did to the position of First Lady?
(a) Took it to new heights.
(b) Turned it into a more diplomatic position.
(c) Debased the office.
(d) Won more power for it.
5. What is NOT an innovation Freedman credits Eleanor Roosevelt with?
(a) Traveling the world.
(b) Negotiating treaties herself.
(c) Driving her own car.
(d) Opening the White House doors to reporters.
6. What does Freedman say the Secret Service objected to?
(a) Eleanor Roosevelt's reclusivity.
(b) Eleanor Roosevelt's outspoken public persona.
(c) Eleanor Roosevelt's trips to foreign countries.
(d) Eleanor Roosevelt's driving alone.
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