Ellen Fitzpatrick

professor and historian

Guest

Professor and scholar specializing in modern American political and intellectual history; author of The Highest Glass Ceiling: Women's Quest for the American Presidency

Ellen Fitzpatrick on KCRW

Hillary Clinton won’t be the last woman to run for president, and she’s not the first – she’s not even the tenth or the hundredth.

Before Clinton, efforts to shatter the 'Highest Glass Ceiling'

Hillary Clinton won’t be the last woman to run for president, and she’s not the first – she’s not even the tenth or the hundredth.

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Hillary Clinton is not the first woman to run for president. She’s not even the 10th or even the 100th. Some 200 women have run for president. Most never had a chance.

A History of Women Presidential Candidates

Hillary Clinton is not the first woman to run for president. She’s not even the 10th or even the 100th. Some 200 women have run for president. Most never had a chance.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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