I enjoyed learning about the lives of these two intelligent and steadfast women in a time when women were less empowered, and the SIGNIFICANT changes these two women had in changing women's rights/equal rights at a judicial level between the 1970's and present time.
It may be because I do not use judicial jargon in my language or have much knowledge in the inner workings of the court system, but I did have a difficult time reading this book. A lot of cases and a lot of names are thrown around. I really wanted to learn of these two masterminds, so I just resolved to picking up the main concepts; some of the small details were lost on me unfortunately.
That said, I would still recommend this book; I came away with much insight, appreciation, and respect for these two women.