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Names in the News : Glamour’s 10 Most Inspiring

<i> From Times staff and wire service reports </i>

Kristin Baker, the first female brigade commander at West Point, and ABC’s Diane Sawyer join 10 others as Glamour magazine’s most inspiring women of 1989. Also named to the list were “Murphy Brown” star Candice Bergen and the show’s creator, Diane English; the Central Park jogger who was assaulted by a mob; Japanese politician Takako Doi; sociologist Arlie Hochschild; AID researcher Iris Long; Dr. Elizabeth Morgan, who spent two years in jail to keep her daughter away from her ex-husband; Euzhan Palcy, director of “A Dry White Season”; Wendy Wasserstein, Pulitzer-winning playwright of “The Heidi Chronicles,” and Planned Parenthood head Faye Wattleton.


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