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By Judy on September 14, 2015

This is a special book for women who have faced challenges and overcome them. (What woman hasn’t?) My favorite section was reading about other women’s demonstrations of courage. I usually am not fond of reading lists, but in this case
it had an accumulative effect of reading one after another of what women faced and overcame in their lives. I also was struck by the “legacy” chapter. I always felt that a legacy would have to be a building or passing legislation like the Civil Rights amendment or creating a park for kids to play in—something large. It was interesting for me to read that women thought that being remembered as a nice person was their
legacy. Touching the lives of these 100 women has made a lasting impression on me.

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