SOURCE: The Chronicle of Higher Education
In an interview with CHE she talks about the rise and fall of the fact and how women’s intellectual authority is undermined.
The Times notes that it’s perfectly timed.
Just a few years ago, “an old-fashioned civics book” might have sounded like a cure for insomnia; now it sounds like a survival guide.
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