Changing the Times: Irish Women Journalists 1969-1981
Lilliput Press, 2003 - History - 250 pages
These fifty-nine pieces reflect the enormous social and political upheaval of the years when, as the first woman's page editor Mary Maher put it, "Irish women were invented." The voices of this exciting anthology, diverse, sparkling, irreverent, reco
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