By Myriam Miedzian
Ladies of varied social and ethnic backgrounds discuss how issues have replaced from their grandmother's day to the younger women of this day, discussing matters as diversified as relationship and schooling, intercourse discrimination and women's internal lives. 40,000 first printing. Tour."
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