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When first published in 2009, Gail Collins' When Everything Changed astonished many younger readers with it accounts of the kneejerk sexism of the Korean War and Vietnam War era; even older men and women bristled with anger at Collins's stories of hard-fought battles for basic human rights. Like its predecessor America's Women, this narrative history by a veteran New York Times columnist avoids preachiness as it moves briskly forward. This new keepsake journal edition contains spaces to record and preserve personal memories of the way things were in former times.