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“Just like Dee Dee Myers herself this jewel of a book is sober minded, funny, and most certainly timely. . . . Myers makes a spirited case that “women power” is the most neglected political recourse in our arid times.” (Douglas Brinkley, New York Times bestselling author of The Great Deluge )
Dee Dee Myers served as White House press secretary during Bill Clinton's first term. She was the first woman to hold that position. She is a contributing editor to Vanity Fair, a political analyst and commentator, and a lecturer on politics and women's issues. She lives with her husband and their children in Washington, D.C.
This book is an enjoyable enlightening and well documented read. It opened up my eyes about a couple of dozen situiations that I learned in the book -to mention 2 : "when... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Murrell R. Morgan
I ordered it to be a light reading that would help students see matter of political influence a new way, and a womanist way. In that respect it very much served its purpose.Published 11 months ago by William J. Puka
I thought I would read this and if it was good I would get one for each of my two daughters. After reading it, I'm getting one for my son too. Every man should read this.Published 11 months ago by Doug
I agree with the title!!! (lol) but this was just an OK read.Published 14 months ago by Barbara Sypolt
Excellent! Very well written, should be a requirement in all college feminist, gender, and sociology classes! Men need to read this too!!Published 22 months ago by Terry
I saw Dee Dee Myers on a news show (I think MSNBC) and really liked listening to her and what she had to say. So, I bought her book. Read morePublished on July 14, 2013 by Marilyn K Preston
Any woman who is struggling in this male centered world of ours can benefit from reading this book. It is very well though out. Read morePublished on July 6, 2013 by Lisa Waddell