Running as a Woman

Running as a Woman

Women have become a strong force in electoral politics, as candidates, office holders, and vocal constituents. In Running as a Woman, Linda Witt, Karen Paget, and Glenna Matthews explore the significant issues for women in public life: their marital status, the threat of sexual innuendo, what's involved in becoming a credible candidate, and raising enough money to run. They also explain how voters are mobilized to vote for women, how the media cover them, how they… (more)

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Publisher: Free Press (August 01, 1995)

Parent ISBN: 9780028740690

Page count: 388 pages

File size: 4 MB

Language: English


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