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A comprehensive mix of oral history and Gail Collins's keen research -- covering politics, fashion, popular culture, economics, sex, families, and work -- When Everything Changed is the definitive book on five crucial decades of progress. The enormous strides made since 1960 include the advent of the birth control pill, the end of "Help Wanted -- Male" and "Help Wanted -- Female" ads, and the lifting of quotas for women in admission to medical and law schools.
Gail Collins's smart, thorough, often droll and extremely readable account of women's recent history in America not only answers this question brilliantly, but also poses new ones about the past and the present."―
- Gail Collins
- Little, Brown and Company
Gail Collins has 15 books on Goodreads with 101586 ratings. Gail Collins’s most popular book is The Feminine Mystique.
Oct 15, 2019 · Women of a Certain Age, Gail Collins Has Your Back Read in app First lady and middle-aged fashion plate Mamie Eisenhower models her new fur coat at the White House in 1957.
Dec 27, 2017 · Collins' most recent book is "As Texas Goes: How the Lone Star State Hijacked the American Agenda," published in 2012 by W.W. Norton. Books by this author This bio was last updated on 12/27/2017.
Oct 15, 2019 · “This is the story about women and age in America,” writes New York Times op-ed columnist Collins (As Texas Goes…: How the Lone Star State Hijacked the American Agenda, 2012, etc.) in a jaunty survey of women’s lives from Colonial days to the 21st century, focusing on the ever changing designation of what counts as old age.
Gail Collins joined The New York Times in 1995 as a member of the editorial board and later as an Op-Ed columnist. In 2001 she was appointed editorial page editor – the first woman to hold that ...