When Traister—the brilliant mind behind 2010’s Big Girls Don’t Cry—began writing this exploration of female singlehood in America, she expected to discuss it as a distinctly modern phenomenon (today only 20 percent of American women are married by 29; in 1960 it was near 60 percent). It turns out the history of unmarried women in this country is a fascinating one, which Traister recounts in compulsively readable detail, combining facts with personal storie
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