National Press Club: Ben Bradlee, Anne Eleanor Roosevelt

Ben Bradlee, former executive editor of The Washington Post speaks to the National Press Club about his battle with polio. Bradlee was struck with the crippling disease 12 years before Dr. Jonas Salk began the development of his life-saving vaccine.

Bradlee is joined by Anne Eleanor Roosevelt, national chair of the Salk vaccine 50th anniversary, and secretary of the March of Dimes board of trustees.

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