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Anna Margolin, 1903

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Rosa Lebensboim, known as Anna Margolin in 1903. Critics claim she authored the finest Yiddish poetry of the early twentieth century.

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Rosa Lebensboim, known as Anna Margolin in 1903. Critics claim she authored the finest Yiddish poetry of the early twentieth century.

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Clara Lipman, 1910 Cropped

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Actress, playwright, and activist Clara Lipman (1869-1952) in 1910.

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Actress, playwright, and activist Clara Lipman (1869-1952) in 1910.

Image courtesy of The Theatre Magazine via Wikimedia Commons.

Clara Lipman, 1910

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Actress, playwright, and activist Clara Lipman (1869-1952) in 1910.

Image courtesy of The Theatre Magazine via Wikimedia Commons.

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Actress, playwright, and activist Clara Lipman (1869-1952) in 1910.

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Rita Sapiro Finkler

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Rita Sapiro Finkler.
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Rita Sapiro Finkler.

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Rhoda Kaufman

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Rhoda Kaufman, social reformer.
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Rhoda Kaufman, social reformer.

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Elizabeth Holtzman

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Lawyer and politician Elizabeth Holtzman.

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Lawyer and politician Elizabeth Holtzman.

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Gladys Heldman

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Gladys Heldman.
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Gladys Heldman.

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The Dialectic of Sex by Shulamith Firestone

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Cover of Shulamith Firestone's The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution.
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Cover of Shulamith Firestone's The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution.

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Andrea Dworkin, 1988

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Poet, writer, and activist Andrea Dworkin on After Dark in 1988.

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Poet, writer, and activist Andrea Dworkin on After Dark in 1988.

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Susan Davis

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Susan Davis, United States House Representative from California.
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Susan Davis, United States House Representative from California.


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