The things one learns from reading about dead people. From today's NY Times Obits:Beate Sirota Gordon, the daughter of Russian Jewish parents who at 22 almost single-handedly wrote women’s rights into the Constitution of modern Japan, and then kept silent about it for decades, only to become a feminist heroine there in recent years, died on Sunday at her home in Manhattan. She was 89. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/02/world/asia/beate-gordon-fe...PhilRule Your Retirement Home Fool
The things one learns from reading about dead people. From today's NY Times Obits:And the things one learns from reading the messages here. Thanks for posting that Phil -- I probably would have missed it otherwise. I'll have to tell DW. She had met Mrs. Gordon a couple of times and was a great admirer. I think we have an autographed copy of her memoir.
Thanks for posting that, Phil, it was a very interesting story!Wil! Good to see you around. How have you been?RDW
Wil, like RDW said. How's life treating you?PhilRule Your Retirement Home Fool
Amazing obit..article, Phil. Thanks so much for posting that...I would never have known about her. So many of my ( adult) Japanese students, wives of corporate execs, must owe so much to her.Thanks again.Big Momma
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