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We Are Our Mothers' Daughters by Cokie Roberts
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Mar 30, 09

bookshelves: biography-autobiography-or-memoir, bookcrossing, i-heard-about-it-on-npr
Read in June, 2004

I really like and admire Cokie Roberts- and am amazed by Lindy Boggs. I read this book in little snippets- kind of like hearing little stories on NPR...

(Found a prescription for a previous reader's albuterol tucked inside of the book after I brought it home from the UBS. Hope she didn't end up breathless.)

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message 1: by Antof9 (new)

Antof9 I have this book and read it the same way!

bookczuk The thought of being my mother's daughter sometimes scares the be-jiggers out of me. :)

message 3: by Antof9 (new)

Antof9 oh yeah -- me too. You've heard my theory on the transitive property of math, right? It's the only math *thing* I remember: if A=B and B=C, then A=C.

My grandmother is nuts. She's C. My mom is just like her. She's B. I am just like my mom. I'm A.

You do the math :)

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