Clare Booth Luce

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United States playwright and public official (1902-1987)


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Michelle Easton of the Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute, blasting "feminist nonsense," asserted that the popular "Take Your Daughter to Work Day" is really a left-wing plot.
Sociologist Eva Ross and Clare Booth Luce were among the women in the movement.
In the era of the Clare Booth Luce play The Women, evading the divorce law of one's own state might require an extended sojourn in remote and barely populated Nevada; but for residents of Shreveport, Lake Charles, and New Orleans, escape from covenantal bonds may be only an hour or two away, a plausible impulse move and one that might even be within commuting distance of their current jobs.
Also included are such diplomatic celebrities as Clare Booth Luce and Jeane Kirkpatrick.
Here are Clare Booth Luce, Helen Gahagan Douglas, Margaret Chase Smith, Barbara Jordan, Geraldine Ferraro, Dianne Feinstein, Shirley Chisholm, Nancy Kassebaum, Pat Schroeder and others.
Simple and stunning, the chapel was a gift from Clare Booth Luce in memory of a daughter who died while at Stanford.
The first two Clare Booth Luce scholars are Lindsey Tonge and Annie Cervin, both members of the class of 2011.
Almost everyone echoed the gibe of one prominent Republican, Clare Booth Luce, that Truman was "a gone goose" in the upcoming election.
In the late 1940s, however, influenced no doubt by the conversion to Catholicism of Henry's wife Clare Booth Luce, the magazine began to depict Catholics as a potent moral force against communism.
One day earlier this year, Sidey's upcoming social calendar included such events as a dinner at the F Street Club for Clare Booth Luce hosted by Henry Grunwald, the editor-in-chief of all Time, Inc.
Clare's -- for Clare Booth Luce, writer and wife of magazine publisher Henry Luce.