The feminist American writer and journalist Rebecca Traister (b. 1975) writes in Good and Mad about the revolutionary power of women's anger throughout history in the United States – from the suffragettes in the early 20th century to the Women's March and metoo in the 21st century. The book, which is a result of her efforts to channel her own anger after the 2016 US presidential election, pays tribute to women who have helped change the nation – and the rest of the world.
Time to be angry
In the chapter "The Winter of Our Discontent", Traister writes about the female opposition to Trump. When he introduces the travel ban on Muslims, around 70 percent of the volunteers are lawyers. . .