Miss America by Day

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Miss America by Day
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ISBN : 0972829857
Pages : 561 pages
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Marilyn describes in detail, her courageous search for healing from sexual abuse/rape as a child

Miss America by Day

Marilyn describes in detail, her courageous search for healing from sexual abuse/rape as a child

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Miss America by Day

Won the prestigious Writer's Digest award. 1,900 books entered the national competition, Miss America by Day won first place in the "Most Inspirational Book" category. In this award winning book, former Miss America, Marilyn Van Derbur, describes, in detail, her healing process after 13 years of incest. "I wrote the book, not

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Miss America by Day

Former Miss America Marilyn Van Derbur was 53 years old when she was able to speak publicly the words "I am an incest survivor." It was as important step in her recovery and it brought the ugliness of incest out into the open for millions of others. The devastation and shame

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There She Was

A Washington Post style editor's fascinating and irresistible look back on the Miss America pageant as it approaches its 100th anniversary.

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Looking for Miss America

From an author praised for writing “delicious social history” (Dwight Garner, The New York Times) comes a lively account of memorable Miss America contestants, protests, and scandals—and how the pageant, nearing its one hundredth anniversary, serves as an unintended indicator of feminist progress Looking for Miss America is a

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Miss America

Now with more than forty pictures of naked breasts, Howard Stern's Miss America offers remarkable revelations about: Howard's secret meeting with Michael Jackson! The Stern family pact with Adolf Hitler! Howard's never-before-revealed mental illness! With chapters on Howard's ongoing battle with the FCC and his legendary campaign for governor of

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Being Miss America

Recounts the author's experiences as Miss America 1998, providing a history of the pageant and profiling other former winners.

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The Night She Won Miss America

A young woman is swept up in the glamour and excitement of chasing the title of Miss America 1950--only to vanish the night she wins.

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Miss America  1945

First time in paperback, this unique biography and cultural history is based on History extensive research and interviews with more than one hundred witnesses from the period. Acclaimed novelist and playwright Susan Dworkin skillfully interweaves the absorbing first-person account of how Bess Myerson became the country’s first, and still

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The Second American Civil War  Book One the Red and the Blue

Think It Can't Happen Here? Think Again: Operation Vigilant Eagle HR 347 Million Vet March IRS Targeting Bundy Ranch Ferguson Patriot Act Partisanship is on the rise, the economy is in a downward spiral, and there is a steady erosion of civil liberties. These factors all contribute to a plotline that

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Yes  You Can  Heather

The story of Heather Whitestone, Miss America 1995.

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Beauty Is Never Enough

Beauty Is Never Enough. As a thirteen-year-old, Elizabeth B. Alton participated in the 1920 Atlantic City International Rolling Chair Parade, an event that gave rise to the Miss America Pageant. Walking the length of the Boardwalk surrounded by an enthusiastic crowd-she remembered the day for the rest of her life. Alton

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This Day

A dynamic collection of "day diaries" from American women illuminates the daily life and interior lives of women from across the spectrum of American life, from corporate board rooms to play groups. Original. First serial, Family Circle.

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How to Rise Above Abuse

With nearly 150,000 books sold, Christian counselor June Hunt has fast become a favorite for readers seeking biblical counsel for their problems. In How to Rise Above Abuse, June offers compassionate, practical guidance for the tough issues of verbal and emotional abuse, spouse abuse, childhood sexual abuse, rape recovery, victimization, and

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Miss Americas God

The Miss America pageant has extraordinary staying power. Despite the cultural winds of the past century, Miss America continues to captivate the nation, giving America what it wants most--sex, entertainment, competition, religion, and even self-discovery. In Miss America's God, Mandy McMichael traces the pageant's long and complicated history. She demonstrates

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