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Betty Crocker turns 100 – why generations of American women connected with a fictional character

By Elizabeth A. Blake, Assistant Professor of English, Clark University
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She never ages. Her visage morphs. And yet women used to write letters to this brainchild of advertising executives, a cultural icon who still looms large in the nation’s imagination.The Conversation

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