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Paperback Founding Sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment Book

ISBN: 1684422272

ISBN13: 9781684422272

Founding Sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment

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An extraordinary new series intended to capture extraordinary moments in history. -Chicago Tribune TURNING POINTS features preeminent writers offering fresh, personal perspectives on the defining events of our time. Available Now Eleanor Clift, Founding Sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment Alan Dershowitz, America Declares Independence Thomas Fleming, The Louisiana Purchase William Least Heat-Moon, Columbus in the Americas Scott Simon, Jackie Robinson...

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Amazing Insight: Educational, Informative... and Entertaining!

I can tell you how pleased I am with this book. I know there are some people that would rate it simply based on their impression of the writer's television personality and politics, but regardless of where on stands on that, this book was impressive. I've read it, both of my daughters read it, my husband read it... and all loved it. It's some an important and untreated aspect of our history. But best of all, Ms. Clift tells the history in a lively, compelling way... I almost felt like I knew these women and lived in that time period. I highly recommend this. I'll be using it in my classroom next year. I'm a high school teacher.

BRILLIANT BOOK...BRILLIANT WOMAN

eleanor clift's latest book Founding Sisters is her best yet. it is not only informative and insightful, but also beautifully and eloquently written. i think it is important for women in this country to know our history and to honor those women who fiercely struggled, fought, and were in some cases even martyred so that our voice could someday be heard. for those who find ms. clift's book indolent and her research remiss, they should check again. if they are at all honest with themselves, they must admit that there were a lot of facts stated in this book that we (especially women) absolutely should have known, and because of our own complacent ignorance have never taken the time to explore. we need more women like eleanor clift to remind us of our history and give feminism a much needed resuscitation. this book defines the true meaning of girl power and sisterhood!

Ladies, if you can't get real, then maybe you'll not vote.

No, we all do not know that Sojourner Truth never gave that speech.

great little book

What a wonderful book, and by my favorite political commentator. I saw her on the Early Show and she made the book sound so interesting I had to run out and get it. It didn't disappoint. While maybe not as good as Ellis' Founding Brothers, it was nonetheless illuminating, engaging and enriching.How the people below can condemn it on one mistake and by one line obviously written before the book was even out, is just wrong.
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