"And logically enough, as the millennium turned, Jacqui Ceballos had hauled together a strong gemutlich organization called the Veteran Feminists of America to celebrate and welcome all those who played a part in that great revolution."
The original, best-selling, classic feminist history, a Book of the Month Club Featured Alternate, submitted by Simon & Schuster for a Pulitzer Prize. "Marcia Cohen has cleverly and wisely chosen to trace the history of the fractured feminist movement via interwoven biographies of head honchas, tying up those loose ends better than most novelists and displaying an awesome gift for making her story move. Utterly delightful. Run, don't walk to the nearest bookstore for this one. There's not a dull page in it!" (Florence King, Newsday) "It analyzes the human side of the sisterhood, provides the colorful aspects, gossips about personal lives and finally gives the group their much-earned praise for changing the way this society treats its female members." (The New York Times Book Review) "This is a fascinating, funny and, at times, sad, cultural history of the women's movement during the passionate years of the 60s and 70s." (People Magazine)