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Sorrows & Songs: One Lifetime—Many Lives

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Length: 265 pages4 hours

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Sorrows & Songs is an unflinching account of Janice Wood Wetzel’s harrowing personal crises, and opportunities as a child during the Great Depression and World War II, and as an adult during the conforming 1950s, the Civil Rights movement, and the second wave of the Women’s Rights movement. Wetzel's courage and resilience culminates in a professional career as a social work professor and dean, and in her role in the global women’s movement.

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