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Covers major events in American history in which women played significant roles and profiles such notable figures as Anne Hutchinson, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Betty Friedan
James Hillman - Individuality - 1996 - 334 pages
A Jungian analyst explores the fundamental questions of human existence and identity, discussing such topics as fate, character, motivation, intuition, vision, impulse, and ...
Linda Gordon - 1990 - 570 pages
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Eleanor Roosevelt - Religion - 1960 - 211 pages
Mrs. Roosevelt expresses her philosophy of life by relating the experiences which have enabled her to cope with personal and public responsibilities