Jennifer Scanlon

Author of Bad Girls Go Everywhere: The Life of Helen Gurley Brown

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Author of Bad Girls Go Everywhere: The Life of Helen Gurley Brown and Professor of Gender and Womens Studies at Bowdoin College in Maine

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One of America’s most controversial writers and editors died in New York this morning at the age of 90.  Helen Gurley Brown published “Sex and the Single Girl” in 1962 and was the…

Helen Gurley Brown Dead at 90

One of America’s most controversial writers and editors died in New York this morning at the age of 90.  Helen Gurley Brown published “Sex and the Single Girl” in 1962 and was the…

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