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December 13, 2002 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-12-13

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Nonetheless, as the mother of a 12-
year-old pre-bar mitzvah boy, Brody
readily identifies and condemns the
competition in that scene.
"I won't be part of it," she vows.
When asked about the party favor she
plans for son Charlie's guests, she
enjoys responding, "Oh, we're giving
each kid a Rolex."
The party's theme? "It's my bar
mitzvah, period."
As for appearance, this, too, is not a
place where she competes. But she
bemoans what business casual has
done to women.
"I wish women would compete
more," Brody complains, noting the
sloppy sweaters and cords that she sees
in the office.
She, in turn, concedes she's high on
image. "I get my nails done every
week. I'd have to be bleeding from the
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Beauty's Drawback

Competition among women may never
completely disappear. Indeed, Tanenbaum
suggests Govemor-elect Granholm's beau-
ty may prove to be a
liability.
"A beautiful
woman is always
suspect,"
Tanenbaum corn-
ments. "It's very
hard for beautiful
women to inspire
confidence or
Governor-elect
befriend other
Jennifer
women.
Granholm:
"Female politi-
Her
beauty may
cians and CEOs
prove
to be a
who achieve power
liability,
suggests
are suspect because
Tanenbaum.
it shows they're
ambitious. Hillary
Clinton is disliked with vehemence
because she is a successful woman who
is honest about her ambition."
Still, the writer offers hope. Past
alliances among women have brought
significant progress, notably bringing
suffrage and greater recognition for
women in sports.
Contrasting her life with that of her
mother and grandmother, Tanenbaum
says, "Immigrant Jewish women were
under enormous pressure to assimilate,
and this became bound up with mate-
rialism, a craving for the right logos
and the image of the JAP (Jewish
American Princess).
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