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Gloria Steinem Reflects on Aging.

Writer, feminist, organizer, and the founder of Ms. Magazine, Gloria Steinem. She has a new book of essays, "Moving Beyond Words, (Simon & Schuster). In one of the essays she wonders -- what if Freud were female? -- and imagines what life would be like if one of the most "enduring, influential, and fiercely defended thinkers" in Western civilization were Dr. Phyllis Freud. In her new book Steinem also reflects on turning 60.

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Other segments from the episode on May 2, 1994

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, May 2, 1994: Interview with Ted Hawkins; Interview with Gloria Steinem; Obituary for John Preston.

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