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When Everything Changed with Gail Collins / (Self-Paced. Begin any time, end by July 31.)

When Everything Changed Gail Collins (Self-Paced. Begin any time, end by July 31.)

Sunday, Jan 01, 2012 12:05 AM EST 2012-01-01T0:05
- Monday, Jul 23, 2012 11:55 PM EDT 2012-07-23T23:55
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When Everything Changed: A Look at Changes in the Lives of American Women Over the Past 50 Years

A look at the stunning changes in the lives and status of American women over the past 50 years. New York Times Columnist Gail Collins will take participants back to 1960 for a look at what things were like before anything changed. Then follow her through the civil rights movement, women's liberation, the rejection of the Equal Rights Amendment, through the 1980s and the demand to "have it all," all the way to the gender-drenched controversies of the 2008 election. Explore the causes of the revolution in women's rights and expectations, and the unresolved problems that continue today.

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