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Very Good. 0679408428 This book is shelved in the Gender Studies section of our retail store and may require extra shipping time-good-condition paperback with light shelfware to the covers and very sporadic underlining.
Fine in fine dust jacket. SHIP DAILY from NJ; GIFT-ABLE as FEELS NEW UNREAD clothette FIRST edition, TIGHT, FRESH; NEAR NEW (subtle bumps to spine ends) w/DJ NEAR FINE [glossy, but shelf life sign, sales sticker residue on back] AS SHOWN THIS COVER. Sewn binding. Clothette over boards. Deckle edge. With dust jacket. 352 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. 9491 9491--A leader of the Women's Movement in the 1960s and 1970s, Feigen shares her experience living life as a feminist, and describes the progression of the movement. Photos.
Very Good in Fine jacket. Collectible. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. SIGNED xii, 335 pp., illus., ports., bib. notes, index; 22 cm. PRESENTATION COPY. Signed by the author, with a personalized inscription. A fine copy of the first printing. Stated "First Edition." Fine DJ. "Brenda Feigen has lived many lifetimes within one-lawyer, wife and mother, civil rights activist, politician, Hollywood movie producer-and in each she has faced down the specter of discrimination against women. She describes how at Harvard Law School she fought to change blatantly sexist practices such as Ladies' Days and law-firm interviewing processes; how she waged battles for women as National Vice President of NOW; how, with Gloria Steinem, she founded Ms. and cofounded the National Women's Political Caucus in the early 1970s; how she became director with Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the ACLU's Women's Rights Project in 1972; and how, in Hollywood, she met obstacles at every turn while fighting for movies with strong, positive roles for women. She describes, as well, the struggles and triumphs of her private life: her marriage (she and her husband were once considered 'the perfect feminist couple'); being a (feminist) mother; her relationships with women; her breast cancer. Finally, she chronicles recent advances and losses in the Women's Movement, making clear how far women have come, and how far they have yet to go."-Publisher.
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