By Gail Sheehy
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The writer of the vintage New York Times bestseller Passages returns together with her inspiring memoir-a chronicle of her trials and triumphs as a groundbreaking "girl" journalist within the Sixties, to iconic consultant for girls and males looking to have all of it, to at least one of the most advantageous political profilers of recent times.
Candid, insightful, and robust, Daring: My Passages is the tale of the radical lifetime of a author who dared . . . to stroll manhattan urban streets with hookers and pimps to show violent prostitution; to march with civil rights protesters in Northern eire as British paratroopers opened fireplace; to search out Egypt's president Anwar Sadat while he was once specific for demise after making peace with Israel.
Always at the innovative of social concerns, Gail Sheehy unearths the hindrances and possibilities encountered whilst she dared to blaze a path in a "man's world." Daring can also be a beguiling love tale of Sheehy's tempestuous romance with and eventual chuffed marriage to Clay Felker, the charismatic author of New York journal. besides, Sheehy recounts her audacious pursuit and intimate graphics of many twentieth-century leaders, together with Hillary Clinton, Presidents George H. W. and George W. Bush, and the world-altering allure among Margaret Thatcher and Mikhail Gorbachev.
Sheehy displays on wish, ambition, and short of it all-career, love, young children, associates, social significance-and lays naked her significant existence passages: fake begins and shock successes, the surprise of disasters and internal crises; betrayal in a primary marriage; lifestyles as a unmarried mom; flings of an ardent, liberated younger girl; her adoption of a moment daughter from a refugee camp; marriage to the affection of her existence and their resulting years of happiness, even within the shadow of illness.
Now superior than ever, Sheehy speaks from hard-won adventure to today's younger ladies. Her attention-grabbing, no-holds-barred tale is a testomony to guts, resilience, smarts, and bold, and gives a daring point of view on all of life's passages.
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Author Name: Gail Sheehy
Author Description: Gail Sheehy is an American author and lecturer, such a lot outstanding for her books on existence and the lifestyles cycle. She is usually a contributor to the journal vainness Fair.
Her 5th ebook, Passages, has been referred to as "a highway map of grownup life". numerous of her books proceed the subject of passages via life's phases, together with menopause and what she calls "Second Adulthood", together with Pathfinders, Spirit of Survival, and Menopause: The Silent Passage. Her most modern booklet, intercourse and the pro girl, finds a hidden cultural phenomenon: a surge of power in women's intercourse and love lives after age fifty. She has additionally authored a biography of Hillary Rodham Clinton titled Hillary's selection. Her novel Middletown, the United States is being tailored as a television miniseries. (from Wikipedia)
Author URL: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/38338
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Truth, accuracy, simplicity, predictability, and scope, which are generated from an understanding of the goals of science, and are the source of rules determining what constitutes acceptable scientific practice. Longino rejects the terms “cognitive” and “non-cognitive” because the latter begs the question whether social values can function in the way that a list of technical, “cognitive values” does in rational scientific decision-making. Instead, she distinguishes such cognitive or epistemic factors as constitutive values.
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