By Hasia Diner,Shira Kohn,Rachel Kranson,Joyce Antler,Giovanna Del Negro,Daniel Horowitz,Rebecca Kobrin,Kathleen Laughlin,Raymond A Mohl,Audrey Nasar,Barbara Sicherman,Nancy Sinkoff,Judith Smith,Deborah Waxman,Rebecca Wolf
As employees without or with pay, social justice activists, neighborhood developers, entertainers, and businesswomen, so much Jewish ladies championed duties outdoors their houses. Jewishness performed a task in shaping their offerings, shattering Friedan's assumptions approximately how middle-class girls lived within the postwar years. targeting usual Jewish girls in addition to famous figures similar to Judy Holliday, Jennie Grossinger, and Herman Wouk's fictional Marjorie Morningstar, major students discover the large canvas upon which American Jewish ladies made their mark after the second one global War.
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A Jewish Feminine Mystique?: Jewish Women in Postwar America by Hasia Diner,Shira Kohn,Rachel Kranson,Joyce Antler,Giovanna Del Negro,Daniel Horowitz,Rebecca Kobrin,Kathleen Laughlin,Raymond A Mohl,Audrey Nasar,Barbara Sicherman,Nancy Sinkoff,Judith Smith,Deborah Waxman,Rebecca Wolf