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Posted at 5:09 PM ET, 12/ 7/2010

Elizabeth Edwards dies; interviews of her life (Video)

By Melissa Bell
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Elizabeth Edwards pictured in September 10, 2010. (Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images))

After a six year battle with cancer, Elizabeth Edwards died Tuesday.The Post's Patricia Sullivan writes of her passing:

Elizabeth A. Edwards, 61, a lawyer and best-selling author whose forthright grace in coping with the accidental death of her teenage son, her own cancer and her estranged husband's infidelity captured the nation's admiration died Tuesday of cancer in North Carolina, a family friend told the Associated Press.

An outpouring of tributes has begun on the web with messages praising her grace and compassion.

Elizabeth Edwards on how Seabiscuit represents her husband's candidacy in 2008:

Elizabeth Edwards on her hopes for the 2008 election:

Edwards debates universal health care with Stephen Colbert:

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The struggle she faced after her husband's infidelity:

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Edwards discusses how universal health care would save money for the government:

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By Melissa Bell  | December 7, 2010; 5:09 PM ET
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What a woman! Godspeed, Elizabeth.


Posted by: mortified469 | December 7, 2010 7:20 PM | Report abuse

Rest in peace and smiles, Mrs. Edwards. May your grace, love, strength and spirit shine on till eternity.

Posted by: tonianatheart | December 7, 2010 7:27 PM | Report abuse

Elizabeth Edwards was a role model in public presentation. I admired and respected the manner in which she conducted her multiple roles as mother, wife, professional and woman. She seemed to present her own voice with grace and dignity. It seems easy to imagine that she left her children feeling very loved and valued. May God bless her family. May her spirit live on.

Posted by: carard | December 7, 2010 7:50 PM | Report abuse

An elegent, eloquent,graceful soul has gone and I am very sad. I met her several times and found her to be a role model for all of us. She showed loyalty, strength, resilience, integrity in everything she did. Her ability to share her pain and hardships with others was a true selfless gift.She faced the world with hope and grace and made a real difference in peoples lives. An amazing woman who will live on through all the goodness she has done in the lives she has touched. Peace.

Posted by: sierrasgran | December 7, 2010 8:26 PM | Report abuse

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