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Women Count: A Guide to Changing the World Hardcover – August 26, 2010
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I enjoyed reading little bits about various historical women that paved the way for me and more than just those in the Women's Suffrage movement. Did you know the cotton gin idea was created by a woman, Catherine Littlefield Greene? Knowing that she would never receive a patent for it that she shared that information with Eli Whitney who did patent the machine. This is just one example that Susan notes in her book.
I'd say that this book could be read by anyone of any age. There are some parts that might impact a woman that is older (18+) but there are many parts that younger women could take and work into their lives.
Feminism isn't dead because its work is not yet done. Susan Butler is the new voice of feminism in the 21st century and she is a voice worth listening to.
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The title implies this is a guide to changing the world. It's not. It is a history of women leaders and women's accomplishments. Read morePublished on October 10, 2010 by Nancy