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FEMININE INGENUITY: Women and Invention in America

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Macdonald (No Idle Hands, 1988) presents a sprightly, informative chronicle of women inventors in America—a two-steps- forward/one-and-a-half-steps-back history that aptly mirrors the rise and fall of feminist movements over two centuries. American females owe their start in inventing, Macdonald says, to the Patent Act of 1790, created by a new Congress eager to encourage technological progress ... Read full review

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