By Linda Aaker
Although the explicit info are just one woman's reviews, this e-book is, in a feeling, the tale of each girl who got here of age at the beginning of the women's stream within the 70s. It chronicles the win/loss cycles confronted by means of any lady who chooses to have either profession and family.
Entry from 1978: while I learn of pollutants and inflation and Rhodesia and Nicaragua, chills runs down my physique and i am scared, deliberating the area to return, my very own monetary lack of confidence, and even if i actually are looking to convey a baby into this global. what is going to take place to me if i do not turn into extra accountable? it is all nice to be a tender “hippie-type” bureaucrat/lawyer. yet will that be adequate at fifty, and with the accountability for one more man or woman? no longer immense concerns, yet sobering suggestions in the course of my life-for-the-moment world.
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Also because truth, reality and memory sometimes become confused in retrospect. Perhaps the most difficult task has been to resist the urge to make me and my contemporaries, particularly in our early years, seem wiser, more mature, less egocentric. But the vast majority of this book was written contemporarily with the events chronicled, and has been left largely intact. Reviewing the journals, I was often struck by how differently I remembered an event now from the way I wrote about it then. Also, when I came home from work, I didn't record my three best lawyer arguments for a motion for summary judgment, but Page x rather, wrote of the personal decisions and searching that engaged so many of us in the 70s and 80s as we tried to find meaning in our lives, work and politics.
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A woman's odyssey: journals, 1976-1992 by Linda Aaker