Archives: Mark Farkas

America’s First Ladies

Although they’re not always in the spotlight, America’s First Ladies serve as confidantes, strategists, and diplomats in their own right. Dolley Madison regularly threw dinner parties that forged political alliances; Eleanor Roosevelt ushered in the New Deal, and fought for civil rights. This hour, we’ll take a close look at the role of First Lady.

The Role and Impact of America’s First Ladies

The First Lady, although not the most important person in the country, typically has a large influence over the President. On this hour, we’ll talk about the role and impact of America’s First Ladies throughout history.