Geraldine Ferraro: Paving the Way

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Geraldine Ferraro was a legendary woman, someone who would have made a great President. Republicans respected her, Democrats adored her, and she never forgot where she was from. It was a different time, but for anyone following the current election, or anyone interested in Women in ...Read more

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