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by Mike Cuthbert, April 14, 2009
What age would you like to be?
If you're over 50 and female – chances are you're quite happy right where you are.
Suzanne Braun Levine, a veteran of the halcyon days of the feminist movement in the 70's and the first editor of Ms. Magazine, brings her unique perspective to the well-explored topic of facing middle and old age in her insightful new book: "50 is the New Fifty."
Learn more about Suzanne at her home on the web.
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