Moving Beyond Words by Gloria Steinem

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A collection of essays by an influential feminist examines the state of the women's movement today and offers possibilities for the future, focusing on such issues as economic empowerment, women politicians, and life affirmation. 250,000 first printing. Major ad/promo. Tour.

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Jesse Sage and Liora Kasten are directors of the American Anti-Slavery Group ( Sage has appeared on NPR, BET, and Pacifica Radio, and was recognized by "Fast Company "magazine as one of its "Fast 50" social innovators for his development of the activist web-portal Kasten has worked with slavery survivors in India and Sudan, and helped organize a nationwide advocacy campaign to stop genocide in Sudan. Gloria Steinem is best known for her outspoken advocacy on behalf of women.
Published January 1, 1994 by Touchstone. 296 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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This outstanding collection of essays provides a history of the feminist movement based on Steinem's personal experience.

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Entertainment Weekly

Having survived the self-help detour she took with her last book, Revolution From Within, Gloria Steinem is back to exploring what she calls ''outer space.'' In the mostly meaty collection of essays, Moving Beyond Words, she addresses the innate biases of census questionnaires, exposes the ae...

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The Independent

The American founder of Ms magazine and an upfront feminist, Gloria plunges straight into the effects of social and cultural influences on several generations of women.

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