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Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of Ms. Magazine

Gloria Steinem returns to Fresh Air to discuss the history and workplace culture of the feminist magazine she cofounded, as well as the state of the women's movement today.

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Other segments from the episode on July 22, 1987

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, July 22, 1987: Interview with Gloria Steinem; Review of Peter Sellar's production of "Don Giovanni"; Interview with Bob Dorough; Commentary on linguists.

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