A Voice of Our Own by Nancy M. Neuman
Leading American Women Celebrate the Right to Vote

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In celebration of the 75th anniversary of women's suffrage, the American League of Women Voters asked prominent women to reflect on the reality of democracy today, the impact that women have had on America's political life, and the challenges that women still face. This collection includes essays by: first ladies Hillary Clinton, Rosalyn Carter and Betty Ford; journalists Sarah McLendon, Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff; singer Mary Chapin Carpenter; and cartoonist Nicole Hollander.
 

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NANCY M. NEUMAN is former president of the League of Women Voters and author of The League of Women Voters in Perspective 1920-1995 (1994). A lecturer and writer on women in politics and public policy, she has been a distinguished visiting professor at Washington and Jefferson College, Bucknell University, and Pomona College.
 
Published May 2, 1996 by Jossey-Bass. 265 pages
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