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I have to separate myself from the readers and realize what's happening to them is not happening to me,” she told the Sun-Times in an interview marking her column's 30th anniversary.
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“She was like America's mother, and I'm not alone in my sadness,” Landers' daughter, Margo Howard, told the Tribune. In addition to Howard, Lederer is survived by her sister and competitor in the advice column business, Pauline Esther “Po Po” Phillips, also known as Abigail Van Buren, author of the Dear Abby column.
She died less than two weeks before her July 4 birthday.She was based at the Sun-Times until March 1987, when she switched syndication companies and moved to the Chicago Tribune.The daughter of Russian immigrants, she was born Esther “Eppie” Friedman on July 4, 1918, in Sioux City, Iowa, 17 minutes before her twin sister.Some 90,000 readers sent in responses, and 72 percent voted for cuddling, she reported.She answered hundreds of letters a day from the office in her high-rise North Side apartment, dispensing thoroughly modern advice by typewriter because she just didn't like computers.