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PunditMom's Mothers of Intention: How Women & Social Media Are Revolutionizing Politics in America Hardcover – June 1, 2011
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One of the most important political books of 2012! -- Jason Williams, Host of For The People Show, KVNU Radio, Provo, Utah
"A real awakening about women online!" -- Maggie Linton, co-host, Cover to Cover show, XM/Sirius Radio
" ...[P]ositive and energizing, no matter whether you're a C-SPAN junkie or barely get a second to skim the headlines over coffee. [Mothers of Intention] is a great reminder that while mothers differ on specific issues, our common concern for our kids' futures unites us."-- Cool Mom Picks, coolmompicks.com
"Encouraging mothers to step up & enter the political fray, whether through public policy process or espousing political opinions in blogs or columns, Bamberger calls upon mothers to muster their courage, harness their intellectual prowess & change the political conversation." Meredith O'Brien, columnist, MommyTrackd.com
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As we approach 2012, this is a particularly great read for anyone wondering how to find and speak with moms in politics. But anyone who is a mom or has a mom should pick this up. You'll enjoy it.
This book will speak to the political continuum. I didn't agree with all of the contributors, but that's a good thing. The book is written well and for the lay audience. The book could work in a lower division Gender and Politics or Gender and Society course at the college level.
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Part of being an engaged citizen is trying to understand the viewpoint of those who don't agree with you. Read morePublished on September 13, 2012 by Rita Arens
For decades, women have been the deciding vote in Presidential elections in the US. Joanne Bamberger knows that foreign policy issues are women's issues, that economic policies... Read morePublished on September 12, 2012 by Amie
I loved this book. It's chock-full of thoughts, musings and intelligent discussion from mothers who are represented on both sides of the aisle, and each essay made me think,... Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by Karen Walrond