Ann O'Leary

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Professor and Executive Director of the Berkeley Center for Health, Economic & Family Security at Berkeley Law School; co-author of The Shriver Report: A Woman's Nation Changes Everything

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California's First Lady, Maria Shriver, has put her name on a year's worth of research titled  A Woman's Nation Changes Everything .

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