I'm a late adopter of Rebecca Traister, evidently I was oblivious. I somehow assumed All the Single Ladies was superficial and poppy. Ha. Instead what she does here is a virtuosic feat of contextualization and synthesis, as well as sharp, lively analyses of how and why women's anger has always been a potent and productive political force, as well as emphasizes the importance of and challenges to intersectionality in activism. Invigorating.