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In this challenging book, historian Constance H. Buchanan shows that while public debate often blames women for the nation's "crisis of values," women's leadership actually has the potential to solve this crisis by redefining the American pattern of adult life and work.
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About the Author
Constance H. Buchanan is a program officer in religion at the Ford Foundation. Previously, she was associate dean of Harvard Divinity School and the founding director of its Women's Studies in Religion program.