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From the Publisher"Lerner's fervent personal and professional commitment to developing the field of women's history should continue to spur researchers to study their own past, to pose new questions, and to offer new critiques and conceptualizations in an ongoing effort to practice women's history and women's studies."
— Feminist Teacher
"In a dozen keen and tough-minded essays, Gerda Lerner unravels the triple knots of sex, class, and race-and helps American women understand where we must go by showing us so clearly where we have been. (Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Ms. Magazine)"
"These essays have richness, breadth, and importance. . . . They are truly impassioned as well as wise and learned explorations. . . . They compose the intellectual autobiography of a feminist historian of the first order. (Katherine Frank, Miami Herald)"