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Faye Wattleton

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Faye Wattleton consults with American business and political leaders and with heads of state, ambassadors, and cabinet ministers around the world on family planning issues. She holds fifteen honorary degrees, is a member of the National Women's Hall of Fame (1993), and has won numerous awards, including the Jefferson Award for the Greatest Public Service Performed by a Private Citizen (1992) and the Margaret Sanger Woman of Valor Award (1996). She makes her home in Manhattan.

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Life on the Line

Written by Faye Wattleton


Format: Trade Paperback, 512 pages
Publisher: Ballantine Books
On Sale: March 17, 1998
Price: $27.00

"I have never believed in the impossible," declares Wattleton, acknowledging that it is a motto she learned at her mother's knee. By any measure, Faye Wattleton has led an extraordinary life. The daughter of a black female fundamentalist preacher, Faye Wattleton went on to become president of Planned Parenthood from 1978... Read more >
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