#1638: Gail Collins’ “When Everything Changed” and “America’s Women”

December 10, 2019 NaN
#1638: Gail Collins’ “When Everything Changed” and “America’s Women”
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#1638: Gail Collins’ “When Everything Changed” and “America’s Women”
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New York Times columnist Gail Collins has written a new book on a subject that is timelier than ever: women and aging in America. Author of the acclaimed New York Times bestsellers “When Everything Changed” and “America’s Women,” Collins was the first woman to serve as the editorial page editor of the New York Times. […]

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