Drivers’ Ed

I’m sorting through all the goodness I found on my recent research trip. It’s like Christmas morning over and over again. I’m thinking a lot about women and grief and war and new responsibilities and skewing divisions of labour. But I’m also thinking about the small pragmatic details. For example, of all the women who offered to drive cars and ambulances during the war, there was, for many of them, the small detail of learning how to drive.  I had never thought about that before…

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