Gil Troy

McGill University

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The DNC will make history tonight by nominating for the first time as a major party a woman for the White House.

The Age of Clinton

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Nancy Reagan — the First Lady at the height of the feminist movement --  died yesterday  at the age of 94.

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Nancy Reagan — the First Lady at the height of the feminist movement -- died yesterday at the age of 94.

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