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America's Women by Gail Collins
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Jan 15, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: non-fiction
Recommended to Rachael by: Michelle
Recommended for: everyone
Read in February, 2008

What a fantastic journey into the lives or countless women. I loved the flow of the book and the writing. I am definitely grateful for living in this day and age- we have it so easy- I can't imagine living in a hut with no light but the fire and trying to cook, clean (ha), and make all of our clothes including the material. Very informative.
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Michelle Ooh! I'm excited that you're reading this one! I hope you find it as fascinating as I did. Seriously, how much more I appreciate all the freedoms and appliances I have because of this book!!

We read it this month for my book club, so I'm excited to get together and talk about it next week!!


Rachael I love it so far! I usually think of what a sissy I must look like when I complain -I imagine my ancestors looking down on me shaking their heads :)- this book is giving me even more insight into how great we have things. We are a spoiled nation/people. What a great book!


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