In a new book, author and former NPR science reporter Frank Browning explores the complexities of gender. What it means to be a man and a woman, and evolving perspectives on gender and sex.
As the first female president of the Harvard Law Review, and the first woman to manage a presidential campaign, Susan Estrich can count herself among those who broke new ground for women in the 20th century. In her new book, she looks at the many challenges still ahead for women in the 21st century.
- Susan Estrich author, first female president of the Harvard Law Review, and the first woman to manage a presidential campaign.
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