Summary of Jason Fagone's The Woman Who Smashed Codes

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Summary of Jason Fagone's The Woman Who Smashed Codes

Summary of Jason Fagone's The Woman Who Smashed Codes

ISBN
5115483f-d57f-3923-8406-0d7e211a090d
Please note:This audiobook has been generated using AI Voice. This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 Elizebeth was interviewed by the NSA in 1976, and she kept referring to the events of Riverbank Laboratories as if they were still recent. She explained that she was the last person who might remember the crags of things. #2 Elizebeth Smith was a twenty-three-year-old woman who went to the Newberry Library in Chicago in 1916 to look for a job. She was met by George Fabyan, who invited her to come to Riverbank and spend the night with him. #3 Elizebeth’s family had never shared her fear of being ordinary. They were midwestern people of modest means, Quakers from Huntington, Indiana. Her father, John Marion Smith, traced his lineage to an English Quaker who sailed to America in 1682 on the same boat as William Penn. #4 Elizebeth’s father didn’t want her to go to college, but she went anyway, studying Greek and English literature at top liberal arts schools. She found the concept of aristocracy liberating: the measure of a person was her ideas, not her wealth or religious knowledge.
  • Categoría BISAC BIO006000
  • Formato Audiolibro
  • Idioma Inglés
  • Año 2022
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