The Road Taken

The Road Taken

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Follows the century-long life story of Rose Smith, who is born in 1900, loses her mother in childhood, and witnesses firsthand the remarkable history-making events, changes, and advances taking place in America.
Publisher: New York : Dutton, c2000
ISBN: 9781551668253
1551668254
9780525944744
0525944745
Branch Call Number: JAF
Characteristics: 388 p

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ladydebv Apr 30, 2015

Interesting read for baby boomers. Great story showing the way things have changed so much for women. Also has history from the 1920's to 2000. Interesting to be reminded of the advances made in medicine especially. Shows how fortunate we are to be born just when so many advances were being made (polio vaccine, birth control, ideas about AIDS and cancer.) Also shows how thinking has changed only over the past 60 years or so regarding women and their places in the world. A very good story about a family and its generations of women during the 20th century.

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