Barry Guinagh grew up in an academic family of Irish-Catholic heritage in Charleston, Illinois. His academic pursuits led to a PhD in Educational Psychology from Michigan State University. Based on research with two-year-old children at the University of Florida, he and others wrote Child Learning Through Child Play: Learning Activities for Two- and Three-Year Olds. He also authored Catharsis and Cognition in Psychotherapy. He served as a faculty member at the University of Florida for thirty-two years. In retirement he spends time with his family, traveling, and practicing the bass guitar.
The circumstances of their times brought out a passion, heroism, determination, dedication, talent, and feminine sensibility in these con?dent women, who would stand on the stage of history and ?ght for the political rights of their sisters. These women often su?ered persecution, slander, grief, heartbreak, and imprisonment to achieve their ends. They were laughed at, scorned, ridiculedand worse.
Here, the inspirational stories of how these extraordinary women have created and demanded change are gathered, in the hopes of inspiring their modern-day sisters to follow in their footsteps.