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Gail Collins
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.
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Birth date: November 25, 1945
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Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 9 years ago
Needs to be read in history classes.
AmySea
AmySea rated it 9 years ago
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...
Intensely Focused
Intensely Focused rated it 9 years ago
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...
Sparrow
Sparrow rated it 9 years ago
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...
My Reading Life
My Reading Life rated it 11 years ago
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.
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