Additional Resources for His Speed and Strength by Alicia Ostriker

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Helgesen, Sally, The Female Advantage: Women's Ways of Leadership, Currency/Doubleday, 1995.

Helgesen explores how women's management styles
differ from their male counterparts. The author says
that women, who tend to lead via a relationship web,
are better suited for the modern business environment
than men, who tend to lead via old-fashioned hierarchies.
The book also provides in-depth profiles of
four women executives who became successful as a
result of their female qualities of leadership.








Hill, Gareth S., Masculine and Feminine: The Natural Flow of Opposites in the Psyche, Shambhala Publications, 1992.

This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the
masculine and the feminine, drawing on the original
psychological theories of Carl Jung as well as on non-
Jungian approaches.


Kallen, Stuart A., ed., The 1980s, Cultural History of the United States through the Decades series, Lucent Books, 1999.

Each book in this series examines a specific decade
through theme-based chapters...

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