Mon, November 1, 2021
12:00 p.m. EDT
Join journalist Lois Romano as she investigates Mary Todd Lincoln’s life after President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination, including her forcible confinement to a mental institution and her carefully engineered comeback.
Lois Romano has had a distinguished career as a political journalist at The Washington Post, Newsweek and Politico. Most recently, she had helped build both Politico and The Washington Post’s conference businesses. She is currently authoring An Inconvenient Widow, a biography of Mary Todd Lincoln, for Simon & Schuster. She is also co-chair of the Women’s Foreign Policy Group and a former fellow of the Institute of Politics at Harvard University.
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