A woman raised to be a wealthy suburban housewife becomes emeshed in the Civil Rights struggle of the 1960s, finds a career through church service and goes on to become instrumental in international affairs in different parts of the world. The Rev. Dr. Joan Brown Campbell, past general secretary of the National Council of Churches, recounts what is in some ways her unique voyage through trouble spots in South Africa, Kosovo, Cuba and the Middle East, and in other ways the story of women's opportunities and women's choices in the turbulant 1960s and 1970s.
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Published October 13, 2009
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