Deborah, Golda, and me: being female and Jewish in America

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Crown Publishers, Sep 1, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 396 pages
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One of the founders of Ms. magazine and a leading feminist, Letty Cottin Pogrebin began to question Judaism at 15, when she first experienced its sexual inequality. It wasn't until nearly 20 years later that she began to reconsider her decision and return to her roots. Deborah, Golda, and Me is about Letty Pogrebin's journey; it's about her alienation of feminism, and her struggle to reconcile these two identities.

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Pogrebin, a founding editor of Ms. magazine whose books on feminist thinking include How To Make It in a Man's World ( LJ 4/1/70), here reconciles her Jewish background, which she rejected for almost ... Read full review

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Family Secrets
3
Mother I Hardly Knew You
15
One Man Two Fathers
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