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Sheehan, Susan

Born: 1937 AD
Currently alive, at 80 years of age.

1937 – Born on August 24th in Vienna, Austria. American journalist and advocate of social reform.

1965 – Married to Neil Sheehan.

1976-1978 – Wrote "A Welfare Mother" and "A Prison and a Prisoner".

1983 – Won a Pulitzer Award for General Non-Fiction for the book, "Is There No Place on Earth for Me?".

1984-1986 – Wrote "Kate Quinton’s Days" and "A Missing Plane".

1993 – Wrote "Life for Me Ain’t Been No Crystal Stair".