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The Highest Glass Ceiling

Women’s Quest for the American Presidency

  • Prologue: New Hampshire, 2008
  • I. Victoria Woodhull: “A Very Conspicuous Position”
  • II. Margaret Chase Smith: “The Elephant Has an Attractive Face”
  • III. Shirley Chisholm: “Shake It Up, Make It Change”
  • Epilogue: 2016
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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