New Media | 07 de noviembre de 2012 | Vistas: 36
John Blundell talks about his recent book, Ladies for Liberty: Women Who Made a Difference in American History (Second Expanded Edition). He speaks about the experiences that encouraged him to continue writing about the great, yet mostly unacknowledged contributions, that exceptional women have done through history.
He also comments on his experience with Margaret Thatcher and how it has influenced his literary work. Blundell not only shares his thoughts on brave American women, but he also does so about Guatemalan Mother Inés Ayau and her commitment, elaborating on the humanitarian labor she carries out in this country, along with her struggles with local government, which have not stopped her from continuing helping others.
John Blundell (1952-2014) was Distinguished Senior Fellow of the Institute of…
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