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America's Women

Four Hundred Years of Dolls, Drudges, Helpmates, and Heroines

by Gail Collins

America's Women
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  • First Published:
    Sep 2003, 556 pages
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    Sep 2004, 592 pages

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Timothy May (10/15/05)

America's Women - What An Insight
This book by Gail Collins gives a wonderful insight into what life for American women has been like in American history. The Readers will likely be shocked, as I was, about the reality of what American women have been through to get to where they are now. The topics are written as factual and not Man Bashing. This non-fiction book is a must read if you are at all interested in American history.
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