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Conway, Kellyanne

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What women really want : how American women are quietly erasing political, racial, class, and religious lines to change the way we live by Celinda C Lake( Book )

6 editions published between 2005 and 2014 in English and held by 250 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Women are the most powerful force reshaping the future of America. Stronger than political parties, mightier than religious differences, able to leap cultural schisms in a single bound, women are quietly exerting a unified power to make changes in our culture and in commerce, meeting in the middle to achieve their goals. But they're not using traditional means such as getting together and voting or banging on closed doors to demand equal access. In virtually every arena where American women are causing a sea change, they are bypassing the traditional settings that ignore their needs and are creating parallel circuits, which, in turn, then affect the old standards. Across political, religious, racial, and class differences, this new, vital, female center is heralding the most significant change in American culture in the past century. Two of the hottest trend-spotters in America -- Celinda Lake, a leading political strategist for the Democratic party and one of the nation's foremost experts on electing women candidates, and Kellyanne Conway, a leading conservative pollster and president and CEO of The Polling Company, INC. -- themselves cross the aisle to reveal the ways in which a newly defined, united power base among women is reshaping the state of our nation much more than the two-sided politics of Left and Right. Using the eye-opening results of interviews, focus groups, and polls (three of which were created especially for this book) that they've conducted, Conway and Lake demonstrate how women are getting what they want and need by rejecting outdated traditions and expectations that no longer fit their reality. They are breaking the old rules about when and whether to marry and have children, living fully and equally as singles, and creating flexible, inclusive workplaces that don't sacrifice family or sanity. They are taking charge of the marketplace, controlling $5 trillion annually as the primary purchasers of homes, cars, appliances, and electronics. They are making their mark at ages twenty, forty, sixty, and beyond, drawing strength, inspiration, and intellectual stimulation from other women. And that's just the beginning. In this smart, exhilarating book, Conway and Lake -- who often fall on opposite sides of the country's most polarizing debates -- come together to seek out what women buy, what they believe, how they work, how they live, what they care about, what they fear, and what they really want. By delving beneath the radioactive, hot-button issues, Lake and Conway discovered common causes with which women are inventing a new age of opportunity -- doing it their way and, in the process, improving life for all Americans
Trump's takeover( Visual )

2 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 187 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Go inside President Donald Trump's high-stakes battle for control of the Republican party. Learn how Trump attacked fellow Republicans and used inflammatory rhetoric that rallied his base and further divided the country in his first year as president
Face the nation( Recording )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"Face the nation" looks at the latest on the New York City explosion and developments in the presidential campaign. Representative Peter King (R-NY) talks about an appropriate response to the New York bombing and pundits Ruth Marcus, Reihan Salam, and Mark Leibovich discuss the presidential candidates' response to the bombing. Donald Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus discuss Trump's temperament and his new assertion about his role in perpetuating the Obama "birther" myth. Representative John Lewis (D-GA) talks about the opening of the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. and about his experiences in the civil rights movement
Self portraits, political donations and self-dealing : inside the Trump Foundation by David Fahrenthold( Recording )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Journalists David Fahrenthold and Ginger Gibson discuss the Trump Foundation's business dealings which are under investigation by the New York Attorney General. The reporters talk about new charges that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been using his charity for personal gain and refute the claim by the Trump campaign that attacks on the Trump Foundation are a part of a left wing smear campaign. Features excerpts of Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and Trump himself claiming that the Trump Foundation has done nothing illegal and an excerpt of Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi saying the check she received from the Trump Foundation did not influence her decision about investigating Trump University. Hosted by Jane Clayson on "On point"
[Journalist Rachel Maddow features an excerpt from a 2012 video of former Supreme Court Justice David Souter talking about the importance of civic knowledge in the maintenance of a democracy] by David H Souter( Recording )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Journalist Rachel Maddow features an excerpt from a 2012 video of former Supreme Court Justice David Souter talking about the importance of civic knowledge in the maintenance of a democracy. Souter warns, "When problems are not addressed, people will not know who is responsible. And when the problems get bad enough... Some one person will come forward and say, 'Give me total power and I will solve this problem.'" On the "Rachel Maddow show"
Campaign for president : the managers look at 2016( Recording )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Journalist Jake Tapper moderates a post-election program entitled "Campaign for president: the managers look at 2016". Panelists are Kellyanne Conway, campaign manager of the Trump campaign, and Robby Mook, campaign manager of the Clinton campaign. Conway says that she and Trump Campaign CEO Steve Bannon were able to make Trump more disciplined and that Trump regrets offending minorities and women. Mook talks about the effect FBI Director James Comey's letter on Clinton's emails had on the campaign and why they did not choose Bernie Sanders to be Clinton's running mate. Conway answers a question about whether or not Trump will continue to use his Twitter account and Mook answers a question about whether or not the Clinton campaign was too arrogant. Held at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts
 
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What women really want : how American women are quietly erasing political, racial, class, and religious lines to change the way we live
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Conway, Kellyanne Elizabeth

Fitzpatrick, Kellyanne Elizabeth

Kellyanne Conway American strategist and pollster

Kellyanne Conway Amerikaans advocate

Kellyanne Conway femme politique et conseillère en communication américaine

Kellyanne Conway rådgivare till USA:s president

Kellyanne Conway US-amerikanische republikanische Campaign Managerin, Strategin und Meinungsforscherin

Κελυάν Κόνγουεϊ Αμερικανίδα πολιτική σύμβουλος

Келиен Конвеј американски стратег

Келліенн Конвей

Конуэй, Келлиэнн

קליאן קונוויי יועצת אסטרטגית ומנהלת הקמפיין של דונלד טראמפ ב-2016

كيليان كونواي

کلین کانوی

켈리앤 콘웨이

ケリーアン・コンウェイ

凱莉安·康威 美國戰略家與民意測驗專家

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