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Makers was produced by Storyville Films in partnership with Kunhardt Mc Gee Productions and WETA-TV, and sponsored by AOL.

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For some in the city, it’s the latest dating deal breaker.

Many of the single people I spoke to for this piece, on both sides of the political spectrum, wanted to remain anonymous.

It’s your typical midtown Manhattan happy-hour crowd: Groups of co-workers with buckets of beer, a family of tourists and a couple at the bar enjoying the tense chemistry of a successful-looking early date.

It’s loud, the Yankees are playing the Red Sox and the doors are pulled back to allow the unseasonably cool summer air drift in from 32nd Street.

It wasn’t the best date she’d ever been on, but not the worst (this is New York after all).

But at first mention of her support for President Donald Trump, her Tinder match mentally checked out.

Gloria Steinem remembers, "You were supposed to be pretty and happy all the time." She didn’t remember any serious or smart women during those years.

During World War II, women worked in factories because so many of the men were gone.

On January 21, 2014, as part of its partnership with AOL in the Makers "initiative", PBS announced a six-episode series that would continue examining the themes of the original three-hour documentary.

Each of the series's six episodes focuses on a different career field, and prominent women in that field.

Marlo Thomas explained she was sick of TV shows with the typical family set up; a working father, a mother as a housewife, and two children at home.

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