An enthralling blend of oral history and Gail Collins' keen research, this definitive look at 50 years of feminist progress shimmers with the amusing, down-to-earth liberal tone that is this New York Times columnist's trademark. "An engrossing account . deadly serious and great fun to read at the same time . sure to become required reading."-Kirkus Reviews
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by Brandilyn Collins
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by Barbara Brooks Wallace
by James Howe
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"Collins focuses on events that occurred in the U.S. in the 1960s and the cultural changes that followed, highlighting the changes in the political and cultural status of women over the past 50 years. She presents an objective review of facts, judicial decisions, and legislation, sprinkled liberally with anecdotes from behind the scenes. Christina Moore is an engaging narrator. She makes subtle use of accents in presenting excerpts of statements by activists, politicians, and others who were integral to the events recounted. Like the author, Moore does not try to color the facts but lets them speak for themselves. J.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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