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- In this program Mrs. Roosevelt and her guests discuss Mrs. Roosevelt’s early life. Mrs. Roosevelt’s education was very sketchy up until the time she went abroad to study at the age of 15. She was a very lonely child and she tells of the influence her grandmother had upon her life. She talks in this program of Theodore Roosevelt, her uncle, as an influence in her early life. She tells of her learning to speak in public and the disciplines of her early life.
- Focuses on Carl Schurz, a young student who joined an unsuccessful revolt against the tyranny of the King of Prussia, escaped from Prussian soldiers, and emigrated to American. Explains that Schurz became a general in the Union Army during the Civil War, a successful journalist, and an advisor to President Theodore Roosevelt.