🎧 First Ladies of the United States
🎧 American History Hit • 31m
Don talks to former White House reporter Kate Andersen Brower about how the role of First Lady has changed - and stayed the same - since the 1960s. Supporting their husband's presidency, while pursuing their own agenda. Each putting their stamp on their time in office - while often forming stronger bonds than their male counterparts.
Produced and mixed by Benjie Guy. Senior Producer: Charlotte Long.
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