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What Will It Take to Make A Woman President?: Conversations About Women, Leadership and Power Paperback – November 5, 2013
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It is, arguably, the most pertinent question in modern political history: When will there be a woman president? When posed by Schnall’s young daughter, the topic took on a whole new sense of urgency. To find the answer, the author and founder of Feminist.com interviewed a dazzling and diverse array of distinguished politicians, journalists, corporate executives, writers, and entertainers. Everyone from Gloria Steinem to Nancy Pelosi, Donna Brazile to Marianne Williamson, Nicholas Kristof to Michael Kimmel, Anita Hill to Kirsten Gillibrand. Through far-ranging conversations, Schnall gained insight into factors contributing to the country’s failure to elect a woman to its highest office and sought advice as to how we can not only better prepare for the next presidential election but create a world in which today’s young women feel empowered to break out of stereotypical roles. The good news is that there is universal agreement among those profiled that the country will, indeed, elect a woman president. The more disconcerting message is that there is still much work to do in order to achieve true gender parity. --Carol Haggas
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I would say it is a great gift book, since it is a bunch of interviews and requires little commitment on the gift receivers end.
I was very excited to read it, but it slowly became just okay.