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Day #3 of the Digital Sisterhood Book 11 Day Countdown Campaign: DS Wisdom of Diverse Women

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Wendy Shalit-- (born 1975) is an American conservative writer and author who has written the books A Return to Modesty: Discovering the Lost Virtue, published by Free Press in 1999[2][3] and Girls Gone Mild: Young Rebels Reclaim Self-Respect and Find It's Not Bad to Be Good, published by Random House in 2007 and The Good Girl Revolution: Young Rebels with Self-Esteem and High Standards, published by Random House in 2008.

Wendy Shalit-- (born 1975) is an American conservative writer and author who has written the books A Return to Modesty: Discovering the Lost Virtue, published by Free Press in 1999[2][3] and Girls Gone Mild: Young Rebels Reclaim Self-Respect and Find It's Not Bad to Be Good, published by Random House in 2007 and The Good Girl Revolution: Young Rebels with Self-Esteem and High Standards, published by Random House in 2008.

Is modesty a lost virtue? Can it be regained? Wendy Shalit, a young Jewish writer, created a considerable stir in the media with the publication of her book, A Return to Modesty: Discovering the Lost Virtue.

Is modesty a lost virtue? Can it be regained? Wendy Shalit, a young Jewish writer, created a considerable stir in the media with the publication of her book, A Return to Modesty: Discovering the Lost Virtue.

Ruth Shalit--(born 1971) is a freelance writer and former journalist, dismissed from The New Republic for plagiarism and inaccuracy.

Ruth Shalit--(born 1971) is a freelance writer and former journalist, dismissed from The New Republic for plagiarism and inaccuracy.

Disadvantage / Jonathan Wolff and Avner De-Shalit. ( Oxford University Press, 2013) / HM 1136 W82 / http://www.worldcat.org/title/disadvantage/oclc/951388527?page=citation

Disadvantage / Jonathan Wolff and Avner De-Shalit.

Gilad Shalit, Israeli Former Hostage, Begins as Sportswriter - NYTimes.com

Gilad Shalit, Israeli Former Hostage, Begins as Sportswriter

Sports helped Gilad Shalit get through his five years of captivity. Now, as a sportswriter, Shalit has some of the world’s most compelling sporting events available to him.

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