PunditMom's Mothers of Intention by Joanne Bamberger

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Mothers of Intention debunks the commonly held notion that motherhood renders women mute when it comes to public policy and electoral politics. With the authority of a veteran political commentator, Bamberger documents the emergence of a collective female voice in politics. Describing today’s complex political scene with humor, intelligence and humility and explaining what it means to be a mother within it, Mothers of Intention provides a perspective that often eludes works of social commentary authored by a single individual. An important coda to the last presidential election and the essential gender issues it raised, Mothers of Intention is must reading for anyone wanting to understand what motivates women in the political arena.

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Joanne Bamberger, or PunditMom, is a professional writer, a political and media analyst, and a social media consultant. She is a writer for The Huffington Post, a contributing editor for politics and news at BlogHer and MOMocrats as well as other blog sites such as MomsRising, DC Metro Moms, and 50-something Moms.
Published November 9, 2012 by Bright Sky Press. 216 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Computers & Technology, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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