Gail Collins was the Editorial Page Editor for the New York Times from 2001-2007--the first woman to have held that position. She currently writes a column for the Times' Op-Ed page twice weekly. show more
Gail Collins was the Editorial Page Editor for the New York Times from 2001-2007--the first woman to have held that position. She currently writes a column for the Times' Op-Ed page twice weekly.
Birth date: November 25, 1945
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Needs to be read in history classes.
As a Democrat who shares next to none of the enthusiasm for the policies and ideas that Gail Collins says more recent Texas politicians espouse, I found most of this book to be horrifying. There was a lot of information in here that I didn't know before, and I think that Collins laid out and suppor...
This was a highly informative book. It covers a wide range of topics from how Texas influences what goes into textbooks, sex ed, financial deregulation and the "Texas miracle" of job growth.Some of the things I knew before, including the stuff on how it influences textbooks. I also knew that dereg...
I took a survey pair of classes in college called History of Women in the U.S., and they were two of my favorite college classes of all time. I had always had a love-hate relationship with history. Some of it is so fascinating, and it is always interesting to me to see how current culture and poli...
A run through women's history in the United States since the first arrivals. Interesting information, which has created a need for me to investigate further. A great starting point for an overall view of early women's history in the U.S.