The Price You Pay: The Hidden Cost of Women's Relationship to Money Hardcover – 19 Mar 1996
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"Margaret Randall's "The Price You Pay is a crucial and timely work that deconstructs women's culturally and politically shaped relationship with money.... Randall provides a provocative exploration of stereotypes about women and money, and an astute analysis of how colonization and capitalism enforce and maintain economic status based on gender.... If women were able to control and manage our resources with the same creativity, defiance, and discipline with which Randall has created this work, the earth would shift indeed.."-"Ms., Oct. 1996 ""The Price You Pay is a taboo-breaking book that both veteran and new-generation feminists will likely find useful; equally important, many other readers, men and women alike, will recognize themselves in its pages."-"The Globe and Mail "Randall sought out answers to these questions by interviewing hundreds of women about their financial lives. The result is brilliant discourse in the dollar; specifically the lies, secrets and silences that all of us, men and women alike, inherit and pass on like a generational curse. This is a cathartic read. You will weep and even laugh with recognition."-The Sunday Journal "Randall is one of those rare souls, who like the biblical prophets, insists that personal wholeness and social justice and inextricably linked. This book teems with wisdom and hope. Read it."-The Sunday Journal ""The Price You Pay abounds with enthralling accounts of the role money plays in a diverse range of women's lives. These women's attempts to untangle its influences are often riveting and, at times, inspirational.... This book provides a powerful basis from which to consider politicalalternatives."-The Lesbian Review of Books
About the Author
Margaret Randall is a writer, photographer, teacher and political activist living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She has published over sixty books and hundreds of articles, essays and poems including Sandino's Daughters (1981), Sandino's Daughters Revisited (1994), Gathering Rage (1992), Dancing with the Doe (1992), Walking to the Edge (1991), This is About Incest (1987) and Christians in the Nicaraguan Revolution (1983). She has taught at Trinity College, Oberlin College and the University of New Mexico.
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