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A voice of our own leading American women celebrate the right to vote

A collection of 29 original essays dealing with the indomitable spirit of American women, written by such activists, academics, politicians, and journalists as Mary Chapin Carpenter, Rosalynn Carter, Martina Navratilova, Anne Firor Scott, and Beverly J. Harvard, police chief for the city of Atlanta.

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  • "A collection of 29 original essays dealing with the indomitable spirit of American women, written by such activists, academics, politicians, and journalists as Mary Chapin Carpenter, Rosalynn Carter, Martina Navratilova, Anne Firor Scott, and Beverly J. Harvard, police chief for the city of Atlanta."@en

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