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Ho-hum, you think-been there, done that, or Mom told me about it, and at rather tiresome length. Except that what Collins does, which so pitiably few pop-history writers do, is bring the stories, the anecdotes that come to life and pull you in.
Giving relatively short shrift to the current generation of young women, Collins centers the bulk of her attention on the baby boom generation to which she belongs and leaders like NOW founder Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem, as well as dozens of ordinary struggling women.
Collins-the first-ever female editor of the New York Times, and currently an op-ed contributor-offers an enormously entertaining cultural and social history.
Her extensive research weaves the compelling stories of more than women, ranging in age from 20 to 80, into a larger narrative of politics, economics and sexual mores.
Wade and Title IX. Collins paints a vivid picture of the world as it was, and as it has so radically altered life for American girls and women. Fashions, hairstyles, dating, birth control-all are grist for her mill.
Without preaching, she shows the sexism that women and men once accepted as the norm, and she backs up her often eye-opening stories with hard facts and solid statistics. From the opening anecdote of a woman expelled from traffic court in for appearing in slacks, to the closing one of a woman fired from her job as a bus driver in for refusing to wear slacks, this an engrossing account of how not just the daily lives, but the assumptions and expectations of women have changed so much in so short a time.
Collins can be deadly serious and great fun to read at the same time.Our Reading Guide for When Everything Changed by Gail Collins includes a Book Club Discussion Guide, Book Review, Plot Summary-Synopsis and Author Bio.
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Today, while many more women can do many more things, true rights and burden sharing have been more difficult to come by. In that sense, Collins also shows us what the women’s rights movement has not yet brought about. Oct 21, · Gail Collins’s “When Everything Changed” is an informative, panoramic survey of the progress women have made toward gender equality since It began as a duty, operated as a mixed blessing for Kings, and wound up as one of the "true, ancient, and indubitable" rights of Englishmen.
From as early as , the defense of the realm rested in the hands of ordinary Englishmen. Under the English militia system, every able-bodied freeman was expected to defend his society and to provide his own arms, paid for and possessed by himself.