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Eleanor Roosevelt once said, "It is not fair to ask of other's what you are unwilling to do you're self. Those are words she live by when her husband, Franklin Delano Roosevelt became president of the United States. As first lady, Eleanor work hard to improve life for underprivileged people of all creeds races, and nations. Each October 11 the anniversary of Eleanors birth, many people take time to remember the great women she became.

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Eleanor Roosevelt once said, "It is not fair to ask of others what you are unwilling to do yourself." Those are words she lived by when her husband, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, became president of the United States. As first lady, Eleanor worked hard to improve life for underprivileged people of all creeds, races, and nations. Each October 11, the anniversary of Eleanor's birth, many people take time to remember the great woman she became.

Note: Some grammar texts might not use a comma after "races."

 

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