Shortlisted for the 2018 Parliamentary Book Awards (Best Memoir by a Parliamentarian) Why does power remain concentrated in the hands of men? And why do the problems of sexism sometimes feel just too big to solve?
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Rhoda Janzen had reached a crossroads: she had just hit forty when her brilliant husband of fifteen years left her for a guy he met on Gay.com. In the same calamitous week she was hospitalized in a horrible car accident. With no alternatives, Rhoda d