Careers For Women - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Scott, Joanna
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Flashback to the Golden Door outing, this time Mrs. J gave a powerful speech on how women had the special power to become supersalesmen. She explained how they could reach limits just as far or farther than a man, because they have something extra that men did not. Women knew how to put on a good show, to pretend, to convince others of what they think they deserve and what they think they should be leaders of.

1974: Pauline has quit the Port Authority and Mrs. J had since retired. Pauline Moreau has taken up betting on horse races every so often. She was now living on the inheritance of a distant relative, or so was her story. Maggie worried that Pauline would lose all her money at the tracks but was grateful that she always came out ahead when she came back from the...

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