Edith Galt Wilson
Why We Don't Remember Edith Galt Wilson as the "First Woman President"
by Richard Bluttal
While the First Lady ran the executive branch while concealing the extent of Woodrow Wilson's ill health after a stroke, her unofficial stewardship raises too many questions about secrecy and its consequences to be celebrated today.
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