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by Ilene Rosoff

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0890878315, Paperback)

A jam-packed source book reminiscent of The Whole Earth Catalog that delves into almost everything we do, use, think, and say as women. Here are resources to help you fix leaky faucets; celebrate being female; meditate on culture, race, gender and society; or overhaul a humdrum life. The book is a gold mine of feminist publications, tools, and toys linked to hundreds of topics, including food, dwellings, homelessness, work, women's lives and achievements, money, music, sickness, spirituality, parenting, and laughter. Wonderfully brassy, bellicose, and thought-provoking--if sometimes didactic--this far-reaching guide offers a great selection of mainstream and alternative tools for life.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:52 -0400)

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