I Can't Do What?: Voices of Pathfinding Women

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Pathfinder Pub., 1997 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
Before the sixties and seventies, many women worked only until they were married. Today, there are millions of American women in the workforce. I Can't Do What? explores the lives and accomplishments of pioneering women who excelled in non-traditional occupations and led the way for the women of today. Learn about women such as Iona Campagnolo, the president of the Liberal Party of Canada; Katherine Fanning, the editor of the Christian Science Monitor; and Patricia Wald, US Court of Appeals judge. The personal stories of these women will enlighten and inspire girls and women of any age. These are women who were told that they couldn't do what they wanted and showed that they could

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Acknowledgments Introduction
Faith Hubley
Iona Hardy Campagnolo

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About the author (1997)

MacLean is an award-winning journalist. She worked for daily newspapers in California, Washington State, South Africa, China, England, and Namibia. Now retired, she and her husband live in Port Townsend, Washington.

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