Lovers and Husbands and What-Not: A Biography of Margaret L. MacPherson


by
Reynold Macpherson

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Language: English

Synopsis:

Who is this woman?

She was born in Leeds, U.K., died in Kaitaia, New Zealand, and appears in both the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography and the Bibliography of Australian Literature…

She was raised a Quaker, converted to and campaigned for Islam, had a life-long interest in spiritualism and died a devout Catholic…

She made a foundational contribution to socialist feminist journalism in The Maoriland Worker using the principles of Christian socialism and Leninist-Marxism…

She was an associate of Pat Lawlor and Robin Hyde, helped lead the New Zealand Movement against War and Fascism before World War Two and then made a significant contribution to the American War Effort in the US during the war…

Answer: Margaret L. Macpherson.

Lovers and Husbands and What-not is Margaret Macpherson’s biography as written by her grandson.

About the Author:

Reynold Macpherson was born in the Far North of New Zealand. He trained as a teacher, and has travelled and worked around the world. Dr. Macpherson has taught mathematics, held three chairs as a professor, served as a CEO of a polytechnic institute, a Chancellor and CEO at a university in the Middle East, and helped with post conflict reconstruction in East Timor. Although retired, he serves internationally as a researcher, and is deeply interested in his family history. Dr. Macpherson is a lifelong writer; Lovers and Husbands and What-not is the author’s fourteenth book.

Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/ReynoldMacpherson

Synopsis:

Who is this woman?

She was born in Leeds, U.K., died in Kaitaia, New Zealand, and appears in both the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography and the Bibliography of Australian Literature…

She was raised a Quaker, converted to and campaigned for Islam, had a life-long interest in spiritualism and died a devout Catholic…

She made a foundational contribution to socialist feminist journalism in The Maoriland Worker using the principles of Christian socialism… (more)

Synopsis:

Who is this woman?

She was born in Leeds, U.K., died in Kaitaia, New Zealand, and appears in both the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography and the Bibliography of Australian Literature…

She was raised a Quaker, converted to and campaigned for Islam, had a life-long interest in spiritualism and died a devout Catholic…

She made a foundational contribution to socialist feminist journalism in The Maoriland Worker using the principles of Christian socialism and Leninist-Marxism…

She was an associate of Pat Lawlor and Robin Hyde, helped lead the New Zealand Movement against War and Fascism before World War Two and then made a significant contribution to the American War Effort in the US during the war…

Answer: Margaret L. Macpherson.

Lovers and Husbands and What-not is Margaret Macpherson’s biography as written by her grandson.

About the Author:

Reynold Macpherson was born in the Far North of New Zealand. He trained as a teacher, and has travelled and worked around the world. Dr. Macpherson has taught mathematics, held three chairs as a professor, served as a CEO of a polytechnic institute, a Chancellor and CEO at a university in the Middle East, and helped with post conflict reconstruction in East Timor. Although retired, he serves internationally as a researcher, and is deeply interested in his family history. Dr. Macpherson is a lifelong writer; Lovers and Husbands and What-not is the author’s fourteenth book.

Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/ReynoldMacpherson

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