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A Letter to the President (Kindle Single)

A Letter to the President (Kindle Single) By {author, Free Read A Letter to the President (Kindle Single) - by Erica Jong Free Read A Letter to the President (Kindle Single) - by Erica Jong - A Letter to the President (Kindle Single), A Letter to the President Kindle Single From the legendary best selling author of Fear of Flying comes a powerful essay directed at politicians who depend on the women s vote yet never bother to address women until they need to be rescued

  • Publication date‏:‎ October 28, 2012
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 90 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 18 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Enabled

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A Letter to the President (Kindle Single)

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A Letter to the President (Kindle Single)

307 thought on “A Letter to the President (Kindle Single)

  1. we re on the same page on many issues and I ve read and liked Jong s work over the yearsmaybe it was intended for people less politically obsessed than I am Then it s a little insulting to pitch it as A Letter to the President , don t you think I care about day care, despite not having my own children, but it s still not that revolutionary to read the same old statistics from Sweden over and over again like it s all brand new Young women who find feminism stuck in a time warp although, to be fai [...]


  2. Like all editorials, this letter is biased, to a degree, in favor of the author s group However, since I too am a member of that group women I agree with most of what she says There are some very valid points in the narrative Now that her and my selection of candidate with the best hope of fulfilling the needs of women in society has been re elected, let s just hope Mr Obama read this book also.


  3. Erica Jong brings up issues that sadly are neglected in the media of our culture No where else in this election process did I hear about the specifics of education yet I live in a community where only the wealthy can afford preschool or full time kindergarten And when I was pregnant with my first child, my friends from other countries couldn t believe that in America not only were the costs of the medical care overwhelming if employed with good insurance, but there was essentially no maternity l [...]


  4. Everything she says about The Mormon applies redoubled in spades to 45 I just wish I had found this a year ago and shared it widely


  5. I am male so in some important regards, this essay is a communication from a member of an alien species that said this is about as good a summary as I can imagine of many of the major concerns of women For those of us with XY chromosomes, worth reading,pondering, and heeding.


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