100 most important women of the 20th century

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Ladies' Home Journal Books, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 192 pages
This photo-filled celebration of extraordinary 20th-century women highlights women's contributions in politics, child care, science, education, athletics, literature, entertainment, art, and more. 200+ photos. **Barbara Walters is hosting a 90-minute TV special based on " Ladies' Home Journal's" list of the 20th-century's most important women on Friday, April 30, 1999, at 9:30 PM, Eastern Daylight Time on ABC-TV. The special will include Barbara's interviews with Oprah Winfrey, Jane Fonda, and Gloria Steinem.

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Foreword
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Doctors
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Activists _g
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About the author (1998)

Kevin Markey always feels a thrill when baseball spring

Kevin Markey always feels a thrill when baseball spring training opens in Florida in February. Where he lives, snow training opens in Florida in February. Where he lives, snow usually covers the ground at that time of year. The opening usually covers the ground at that time of year. The opening of the major league camps is like the annual return of robinof the major league camps is like the annual return of robins?it means spring is just around the corner. M/p>

Kevin s?it means spring is just around the corner. M/p>

Kevin is the author of "Slumpbuster", "Wall Ball", and "Wing Ding"is the author of "Slumpbuster", "Wall Ball", and "Wing Ding"?the hilarious first, second, and third books in his Super S?the hilarious first, second, and third books in his Super Sluggers series of baseball adventures?and several books of nluggers series of baseball adventures?and several books of nonfiction. He lives in Northampton, Massachusetts, with his onfiction. He lives in Northampton, Massachusetts, with his wife and two children, and a lovable yellow-haired dog namedwife and two children, and a lovable yellow-haired dog named Happy. He bats left, throws left, and types with both hands Happy. He bats left, throws left, and types with both hands. .

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