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The rhetoric of women in politics

Author: Diane LindleyRoger CookKim Hood JacobsEducational Video Group.Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)All authors
Publisher: New York : Films Media Group, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   eVideo : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From the time Victoria Woodhull announced her candidacy for president in 1872 to the present, women have shown a unique style of rhetoric in the American political arena. This program presents distinguished women speaking about the prejudices and obstacles they face in the predominately male world of politics. Includes Shirley Chisholm, Gerladine Ferarror, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Elizabeth Dole, Anne Richards,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Videos (www)
Named Person: Victoria C Woodhull; Shirley Chisholm; Geraldine Ferraro; Hillary Rodham Clinton; Elizabeth Hanford Dole; Ann Richards; Carol Moseley-Braun
Material Type: Videorecording, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Diane Lindley; Roger Cook; Kim Hood Jacobs; Educational Video Group.; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm); Films Media Group.
OCLC Number: 820475386
Performer(s): Narrated by Kim Hood Jacobs.
Description: 1 streaming video (50 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences, digital file.
Contents: Victoria Woodhull: First Female Presidential Candidate --
Victoria Woodhull: "Constitutional Equality" (1871) --
Victoria Woodhull: Ahead of Her Time --
Jeannette Rankin: First U.S. Congresswoman --
Rebecca Felton & Hattie Caraway: First Female U.S. Senators --
Margaret Chase Smith: "Declaration of Conscience" (1950) --
Patsy Mink & Shirley Chisholm: First Women of Color in Congress --
Shirley Chisholm: Equal Rights Amendment Speech --
Geraldine Ferraro: Vice Presidential Nomination Speech --
Geraldine Ferraro: Vice Presidential Debate --
Barriers to Power --
Elizabeth Dole: Labels, Limits, and Challenges of Running as a Woman --
Hillary Rodham Clinton: Commencement Speech on Importance of Hair --
Few Women in Presidential Launching Roles --
Women in Appointed Positions & Presidential Qualifications --
Women Governors & Gov. Ann Richards --
Ann Richards: Democratic National Convention Keynote Speech (1988) --
"Year of the Woman" & Senator Patty Murray --
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton & Economic Reform --
Solidarity Among Female Senators --
Blanche Lambert Lincoln: Commencement Speech on Women in Government --
Other Female Firsts in Politics --
Carol Moseley Braun: First African-American Female Senator --
Women Held to a Different Standard --
"Dare to Compete".
Other Titles: FMG Films on Demand.
Responsibility: written by Diane Lindley ; executive producer, Roger Cook ; Educational Video Group.

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From the time Victoria Woodhull announced her candidacy for president in 1872 to the present, women have shown a unique style of rhetoric in the American political arena. This program presents distinguished women speaking about the prejudices and obstacles they face in the predominately male world of politics. Includes Shirley Chisholm, Gerladine Ferarror, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Elizabeth Dole, Anne Richards, Carol Mosely Braun and more.

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