Unlimited [Suspense Book] ☆ The Girls in the Balcony: Women, Men, and the New York Times - by Nan Robertson ↠


  • Title: The Girls in the Balcony: Women, Men, and the New York Times
  • Author: Nan Robertson
  • ISBN: 9780595154647
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Paperback

  • Women s struggle for equal work and equal pay at the newspaper of record is the subject A century long tale of courage, despair and outright mulishness told with wit, candor and great affection Superlative journalism sharp, detailed and unsparing Kirkus Starred Review
    Nan Robertson
    Nan Robertson Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Girls in the Balcony: Women, Men, and the New York Times book, this is one of the most wanted Nan Robertson author readers around the world.


    Commentaires:

    Amy Moritz
    The book takes the reader through the formation of the Women's Caucus at the New York Times and the subsequent law suit filed under Title VII citing gender discrimination in advancement and salaries. The author, Nan Robertson, was part of the event and much of her writing is in the first person. It took me some time as a reader to get used to that. Also the fact that numbers are spelled out. That bothered me. But that's just me!It was inspiring to read the background of women who helped changed [...]

    Tiffany
    For a woman in general it is a great book to know the inequalities they faced in the workforce. For an aspiring journalist in particular it shows how far the industry has come and hope for the future.

    Ashley Southall
    About halfway through and absolutely loving her observant proseMore to come. APicked it back up and finished the week before the Abramson Affair. The public discussion that followed shined a light on the laundry we've cleaned as well as that soiled loads we still have left to finish.

    Clair
    I love media history, and though I was initially confused by Robertson's choppy narrative, by the middle of the book it all made sense. This is an excellent, poignant, and at times funny story from all sides of a very difficult period in the history of the NY Times.

    Cynthia
    I read this eons ago but it was such an eye-opener, especially as a woman in the business. Speaking truth to power is even harder when you're wearing a skirt. An interesting read.

    Gretchen
    She digresses, just occasionally, but at length.

    Emily
    Fantastic, and required reading from my editor.

    Angelina
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