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Author: Cathy Guisewite
ISBN: 0836211588
Language: English
Pages: 150 pages
Publisher: Andrews and McMeel (1980)
Rating: 4.8
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What Do You Mean, I S. .Andrews and McMeel treasury series). Cathy Lee Guisewite is the cartoonist who created the comic strip Cathy in 1976.

What Do You Mean, I S. 0836211588 (ISBN13: 9780836211580). Her main cartoon character (Cathy) is a career woman faced with the issues and challenges of work, relationships, her mother and food, or as Guisewite herself put it in one of her strips, "The four basic guilt groups. Guisewite was born in Dayton, Ohio and grew up in Midland, Michigan. She attended the University of Cathy Lee Guisewite is the cartoonist who created the comic strip Cathy in 1976.

Series: Andrews and McMeel treasury series

Series: Andrews and McMeel treasury series. Cathy's best friend tried to make her to forget about dating, etc, but she failed, because cathy still thought of irving as her best boyfriend. 2 people found this helpful.

Cathy Lee Guisewite (born September 5, 1950) is an American cartoonist who created the . What Do You Mean, I Still Don't Have Equal Rights?!!, ISBN 0836211588, (1980).

Cathy Lee Guisewite (born September 5, 1950) is an American cartoonist who created the comic strip Cathy, which had a 34-year run. The strip focused on a career woman facing the issues and challenges of eating, work, relationships and having a mother-or as the character put it in one strip, "the four basic guilt groups. I think I'm having a relationship with a blueberry pie!, ISBN 0553013378, (1981). What's a Nice Single Girl Doing with a Double Bed?!

Publisher: Andrews and McMeel, 1980.

Publisher: Andrews and McMeel, 1980.

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Volume Published by Andrews McMeel Publishing.

What Do You Mean, I Still Don't Have Equal Rights?! 1 issues. Volume Published by Andrews McMeel Publishing. What Do You Mean, I Still Don't Have Equal Rights?! What Do You Mean, I Still Don't Have Equal Rights?! Year.

Book in the Cathy Series). Release Date:September 1980. Publisher:Andrews McMeel Publishing.

Andrews McMeel, 1980 Series. Published in English (United States). August 1980 Cover Gallery. Collects daily Universal Press Syndicate Cathy newspaper strips from circa 1979, by Cathy Guisewite. Publication Date: August 1980. First Printing: August 1980. Second Printing: October 1980.

Published 1980 by Andrews and McMeel in Kansas City, Kan Andrews and McMeel treasury series.

What do you mean, I still don't have equal rights?!" Close. Published 1980 by Andrews and McMeel in Kansas City, Kan. Selections from the author's Cathy. Andrews and McMeel treasury series.

Do you understand the Equal Rights Amendment? . It was then that other states said, ‘Wait a minute, you mean we can still do that?’ Robles-Román told me. In 2018, Illinois followed suit.

Do you understand the Equal Rights Amendment? That’s been my go-to party question lately, and to my surprise, most people don’t politely excuse themselves for a refill when asked. matter? Because women don’t currently have equal protection under the United States Constitution. By some estimates, 80 percent of Americans mistakenly believe that women and men are guaranteed equal rights, but the only right the Constitution explicitly extends to both men and women is the right to vote.

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WELL, I THINK THAT ANY GIRLS WERE OLD FASHIONED OR DIFFERENT FROM HER GENERATIONS. CATHY'S BEST FRIEND TRIED TO MAKE HER TO FORGET ABOUT DATING, ETC, BUT SHE FAILED, BECAUSE CATHY STILL THOUGHT OF IRVING AS HER BEST BOYFRIEND.