Everyone knows Eleanor Roosevelt, but her other half was Lorena Hickock. They were as was said “intimate partners,” who greatly influenced FDR and the New Deal. A most unlikely couple: Eleanor from wealth and privilege, Hick from nothing of the sort. But they had a lot in common and made a life and a great legacy from which all America benefited. Susan Quinn is guest on this show; her new inspiring book is “Eleanor and Hick: The Love Affair that Shaped a First Lady.”

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