Books by Gloria Steinem

MOVING BEYOND WORDS by Gloria Steinem
SOCIAL SCIENCES
Released: May 16, 1994

"For someone who has accomplished so much in a world not always receptive to visions of feminist change, Steinem keeps getting better and better. (Author tour)"
 This outstanding collection of essays provides a history of the feminist movement based on Steinem's personal experience. Read full book review >
REVOLUTION FROM WITHIN by Gloria Steinem
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Jan. 21, 1992

"A piquant counterpoint to recently revitalized, outer-directed feminist fashion."
 In the wake of such feminist calls-to-arms as Susan Faludi's Backlash (p. 1133), Paula Kamen's Feminist Fatale (p. 1137), and Naomi Wolf's The Beauty Myth (p. 389), Steinem's inwardly turned examination of how men and women sabotage themselves by suppressing the ``child within'' appears decidedly retro. Read full book review >
OUTRAGEOUS ACTS AND EVERYDAY REBELLIONS by Gloria Steinem
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Aug. 1, 1983

"If some of the ideas here sound hackneyed, she has honest claim to them."
The world didn't lose a great journalist when Gloria Steinem focused her energies on feminist activism—but because she was a working journalist (and, from 1968, political columnist for first-person-prone New York magazine), the light bulb goes on right here. Read full book review >