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Free To Be You And Me After 40 Years: How Marlo Thomas Got It Made From Scratch
Back in 1972, there were no mainstream songs or stories telling little girls that they could be pilots as well as stewardesses or athletes as well as cheerleaders - let alone telling boys that it could be okay to cry. Record labels and publishers weren't eager to make such content, either. Fortunately, Thomas was determined - and she knew lots of famous people who could help. Slate 10/23/12
Posted October 25, 2012 12:40 AM




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