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Feminist icon Gloria Steinem rose to prominence in the late 60’s as a powerful voice for women’s rights as a journalist and later as founder of Ms. Magazine.
Five decades later, she is busy as ever as a writer, political activist and organizer.
Among Steinem’s strengths has always been her ability to take complicated ideas and communicate them simply – often in memorable quotes. Now she has compiled some of her best in a new book that shares the title with one of her most famous lines: “The Truth Will Set You Free, But First It Will Piss You Off.”
- Gloria Steinem Feminist, author and activist
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