Some of America's biggest and most consequential social movements have been driven by large numbers of unmarried women. From the temperance movement to abolitionism to the fight for women's suffrage, single women have historically been the footsoldiers of massive social change. In this talk at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, renowned feminist author Rebecca Traister sits down to discuss her book All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation, and how unmarried women have forged the America we know today.
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