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Overlooked No More: Eleanor Flexner, Pioneering Feminist in an Anti-Feminist Age

NYTimes.com Friday, 16 October 2020
“Century of Struggle,” her 1959 history of the women’s rights movement, uncovered previously ignored narratives, like the contributions of African-American women.
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