Back in 1968, when I was 30, my entire life blew up. I had a life plan, and it collapsed for no rational reason.
I found the happiest woman in America is between 50 and 55, is happily married, has made significant progress in her career, and lives in a community where she can easily exercise outside. But the most important single thing was she had her last child before she was 35.
It was my very good fortune to find a mentor, Clay Felker, who started my career at the 'New York Magazine' as a freelance writer when I had to quit my job at the 'Herald Tribune' to stay home with my young daughter.
The feminist spirit still lives! It shows most boldly among younger women from the millennial generation.
J R Oppenheimer
Hector Hugh Munro