When Everything Changed

  • by Gail Collins
  • Narrated by Christina Moore
  • 15 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

An enthralling blend of oral history and Gail Collins' keen research, this definitive look at 50 years of feminist progress shimmers with the amusing, down-to-earth liberal tone that is this New York Times columnist's trademark.


What the Critics Say

"An engrossing account ... deadly serious and great fun to read at the same time ... sure to become required reading." (Kirkus Reviews)


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Customer Reviews

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The book I have been waiting for!

I always wondered why there was so little written by and about women my age who were born in the fifties/ sixties and came of age living through the women's liberation movement. Ms. Collins has finally written such a book. It is comprehensive, easy to listen to, full of stories, passion, and truth about what some women did that changed the lives of American women forever and ever. I recalled everything as Ms. Collins it, and I enjoyed reliving the events. I learned so much about the specific women who lead this movement. They are the unsung heroes of my life. Ms. Collins takes us up to the current times, with an honest appraisal of the achievements and the work that still remains. Recommended for every woman, of all ages.
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- Mary

a young people must read book

When I think that women's right to vote wasn't accepted by a southern state until the 1980s it's staggering. This book is well written and draws together events that all women, and those who appreciate wives, sisters, mothers, daughters and friends, should read.
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- Elaine "I'm a country potter, gardener, flute player and tin tinker living with my husband, an electrical engineer & cabinet maker."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-15-2010
  • Publisher: Recorded Books