Deborah, Golda, and Me by Letty Pogrebin
Being Female and Jewish in America

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A leading feminist activist, author, and nationally known lecturer writes of her struggle to integrate a feminist head with a Jewish heart.
 

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Published September 3, 1991 by Crown. 396 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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In four closely interwoven sections, the author traces her development from childhood in a religiously observant family through adult rediscovery of spiritual identity and subsequent efforts to reconcile Judaism with feminism in both the religious and secular realms, and on to her present determi...

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magazine here casts a wide net, chronicling her family history and her feminist and spiritual awakenings and tackling issues that concern Jews and feminists.

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A founding editor of Ms magazine here casts a wide net, chronicling her family history and her feminist and spiritual awakenings and tackling issues that concern Jews and feminists.

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