During the early 1950s, she was a regular panelist on "Juvenile Jury" a children's question-and-answer radio program that aired on the Mutual and NBC networks.
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I do not make the argument that women are inherently more peaceable, nurturing, or altruistic than men. For one thing, this permits men the laziest of justifications for their own behavior. Yet it is undeniable that history is a record of most women acting peaceably and of most men acting belligerently - to a point where the capacity for belligerence is regarded as an essential ingredient of ...
Was formerly president of the National Organization for Women and later the editor for Ms. magazine.