SOURCE: The Conversation
by Elizabeth A. Blake
Betty Crocker has always been a symbol of a feminine ideal; the ways that women interacted with the character are illustrative of changing social values and norms.
SOURCE: Edge Effects
by Leah Marie Becker
"We are only as safe as the person breathing the most polluted air or with the least access to stable housing."
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