National Parks ranger Betty Reid Soskin has worked for women's and civil rights; run a "race record" music store; and now helps tell the history of gender and industry at the Rosie the Riveter/ World War II Home Front National Historical Park in northern California. With sharp honesty, she details how America has changed -- and failed to -- during her lifetime.
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