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Song for an Unsung Hero — Lund '57

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By Erik Lund, Class of 1957

Diane Theis Lund belonged to that generation of women who came of age in the 1950s and '60s, just on the threshold of the highly vocal, sometimes radical, feminist movement. As a young woman, Diane learned that the barriers to women were high—but this represented a challenge, and against all odds of the time, she excelled at Stanford, then at Harvard Law School, and then, for a time, in private law practice. Turning to public-interest law, she became an advocate and lobbyist for the interests of women, poor people, and minorities.

In a quiet and determined way, Diane Lund was instrumental in improving the lives of women in Massachusetts—young and old, privileged and poor—and her work had a ripple effect across the country.

-From the jacket.

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