A vintage letter from Amelia Earhart to The New York Times proves asking for what you want works

Amelia Earhart tried to get the New York Times to stop calling her by her husband's last name – and succeeded.


Amelia Earhart tried to get the New York Times to stop calling her by her husband's last name – and succeeded.

A vintage letter from Amelia Earhart to The New York Times proves asking for what you want works

Amelia Earhart tried to get the New York Times to stop calling her by her husband's last name – and succeeded.


Amelia Earhart tried to get the New York Times to stop calling her by her husband's last name – and succeeded.

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