Brownie Wise was a pioneer and role model for business women, in the 1950's when they were failing to be recognized. Her ideas and drive helped to make Tupperware a household name. Earl Tupper, the inventor did not have her touch to build this very successful business. Brownie and Tupper had a very difficult working relationship. Great look into why the time was right for Tupperware and the home party movement to flourish.
Couldn't finish this one. There's not enough material here for a book; a long read in the New Yorker or similar, yes, but not a book. Way too much detail to flesh out what's not a very interesting story to begin with.
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