Japanese Constitution

When Beata Sirota Gordon was only 22, she was asked to help write a new Japanese constitution that would allow for women's rights. The author joined host Jacki Judd to explain the circumstances under which she was able to change a nation, the focus of her biography, The Only Woman in the Room.

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