Angry women don’t get a lot of love in a patriarchal society. Rebecca Traister talks with David Remnick about her new book, “Good and Mad,” and how women’s anger can be revolutionary. And we’ll hear the second part of our story about a successful businessman who lost his fortune in what seems to have been a scam; years later, his daughter goes to confront the man behind the scheme.
Rebecca Traister Is Happy to Be Mad
A leading feminist argues that women have been discouraged from showing anger—but that they need to express it if they want to create change.
The Long-Distance Con, Part Two
A successful businessman lost his fortune in a scheme so suspicious that it seemed like a scam. Years later, his daughter confronts the man who took the money.
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