by Dorothy Canfield Fisher and Kimberly Bulcken Root
June 10, 2009 When the stock market crashed, writer Lizzie Skurnick turned to her childhood bookcase, where she found a bunch of girls who learned to survive life's downsizing. Here are three heroines whose belt-tightening serves as great advice.
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