Terrible Virtue by Ellen Feldman | Review

In the spirit of The Paris Wife and Loving Frank, the provocative and compelling story of one of the most fascinating and influential figures of the twentieth century: Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood—an indomitable woman who, more than any other, and at great personal cost, shaped the sexual landscape we inhabit today. The daughter of a … More Terrible Virtue by Ellen Feldman | Review

Clarina Nichols: Frontier Crusader for Women’s Rights by Diane Eickhoff | Review

Everyone knows about the ”Votes for Women” campaign that led to the 19th Amendment in 1920. Few know just how long the struggle really was. Decades earlier, brave women began breaking the taboo of remaining silent at gatherings that included men. They began signing their names to petitions, flexing political muscle long before they had … More Clarina Nichols: Frontier Crusader for Women’s Rights by Diane Eickhoff | Review