10 Extraordinary Women, Part I Lives to Inspire Us All

 

10 Extraordinary Women, Part I Lives to Inspire Us All

I never met Susan Butcher, but she had graced my living room so often via television—and held me spellbound—I felt she was almost a member of the family. Butcher was so alive, so buoyant and outgoing, it’s difficult for me to transfer her into my mental inventory of people who are no longer with us. Butcher was a spectacular human being. I made some notes and came up with a list of 10 women who fascinate me. No doubt you have others who mean a great deal to you, and I’d like to hear about them. I think readers would also. 10 Extraordinary Women (in alphabetical order) 1.


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Note: Denny Hatch responds to all correspondence. Readers respond to “Three 800-Pound Guerrillas” published Aug. 8, 2006, which compared the war in Iraq to the General Motors business model. I enjoyed the “800 Pound Guerilla” piece today and I feel compelled to comment. The unfortunate truth of our current situation is that almost everybody knew it would turn out this way, but nobody had the guts to admit it. Ego and greed have always been, and will always be man’s downfall and those are the two key reasons for our involvement. I appreciate you having the courage to discuss the war in your newsletter.