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For girls born after women were appointed to the Supreme Court, sexual harassment is not tolerated in the workplace, and females always competed in school sports. So for them, "Makers: Women Who Make America" is a history lesson.

The three-hour special that airs Tuesday, Feb. 26, on PBS (check local listings), is naturally not just for younger women. It is for everyone - those who relished victories whenever women won higher office, experienced fury when colleagues made sexual advances or were frustrated when schools allocated money only for boys sports.

It's for males and females -- those who suffered the indignities and fought to change the world and those for whom the Era is only a baseball stat. Meryl Streep narrates the film, which should be required in any course about 20th-century America. Additional information is available at www.Makers.com.

The program features the accounts of famous leaders of the »

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