No Stone Unturned: The Life and Times of Maggie Kuhn

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Ballantine Books, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 234 pages
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In 1970, when the United Presbyterian Church informed 65-year-old Maggie Kuhn that she would have to retire from her executive position, she was surprised and unprepared. But instead of bemoaning her fate, she proceeded to do what she'd done all her life: change the rules. Kuhn got together with five friends in similar predicaments and formed the Gray Panthers. At a time when the old had become a neglected and forgotten class, the Panthers championed the role and status of the elderly as no organization had before.

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Contents

A Thread of Continuity
3
A Womans Education
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Benevolent Ladies
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Copyright

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