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: Back then - this is years ago - I couldn't afford secrets. I just had chores. As a child growing up, we had been rich. And then, well, we weren't. And like most people during the Depression, I now lived each day as it came no longer expecting anything. Waiting. For nothing. And then...
: In a time, not so very long ago, when the world still allowed itself secrets, Franklin Roosevelt was mine.
: And no more promises were made so none could be broken.
: [watching FDR and Eleanor, voice over
] People said their marriage was troubled and unhappy. That they lived mostly separate lives. But I never saw that. That's not how they seemed when they were together.
: [voice over
] Mary, we all knew, was one of Mother's spies. Mother had her spies, too.
: [after the king eats a hot dog, voice over
] And like that, we felt America and England were back on the road to being *very* good friends. At least, I'm told that's how some people took it.