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Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly
An interesting and valuable account.
The Journal of American History
A pleasure to read and an important contribution to feminist history and mass communication scholarship.
Journal of Communication
I suspect that are lessons in it for us as booksellers and publishers as well.
Feminist Bookstore News
[This book] belongs in all academic libraries as well as public libraries with women's studies collections.
|Ch. 1||Like a Tarantula on a Banana Boat: The Origins of Ms. Magazine||15|
|Ch. 2||Self-Help and Sisterhood: Ms. in the 1970s||49|
|Ch. 3||This Side of Combat Boots: Ms. in the 1980s||100|
|Ch. 4||Readers Writing Ms.||151|
|Ch. 5||A Change of Skin or a Change of Heart?: Ms. in Transition, 1987-1989||179|
|Conclusion: Imagining a Popular Feminism||191|