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Best part was the beginning,
This review is from: Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History (Hardcover)
I kinda agree that the rest of the book wasn't as cohesive. However, I loved the beginning about the impact her little statement which was buried in a scholarly work had on women and how's it's been interpreted through the years. She's not a well-behaved woman herself!
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Initial post: Jul 11, 2012 3:59:46 PM PDT
She's very well behaved-she's mormon. And the suffragettes she mentions are the most well behaved. Cady especially was against the most strident protests. I don't see that she used this quote before Eleanor Roosevelt. How very disingenuous of Thatcher. .
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