Women Politicians and the Media

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INDEX
ABC, 9, 14, 94, 117, 175, 179, 191
Abortion Clinic Access law, 158
Abrams, Robert, 135-38
Abzug, Bella, 4, 63, 65, 79-88, 168, 177, 189
Adams, Brock, 123, 125
Adler, Norman, 139
advertising, role of, 20, 27, 63, 136
Agnew, Spiro, 81
Aiken, George, 187
Ailes, Roger, 142-43
Allen, George, 7
Allen, Henry, 128
All Things Considered, 176, 181
American Civil Liberties Union, 44
Anaconda Copper Company, 19, 25-26
Anderson, Jack, 65, 72
Anderson, Marian, 44
Angelou, Maya, 162
Anthony, Susan B., 1, 12, 183
appearance, physical. See image
Arizona Republic, 66
Armstrong, Ann, 148
Army-McCarthy hearings, 174
articles, by women candidates or officeholders, 25, 82
Ashkinaze, Carol, 176
Associated Press, 25, 33, 39, 52, 62, 68, 84, 111, 159, 169, 173, 177, 195
Atlanta Constitution, 113, 176, 186
Atlanta Sun-American, 29
Atomic Energy Act, 47
Atomic Energy Commission, 76
Austin American-Statesman, 96
Ayres, B. Drummond Jr., 152
Baker, Russell, 10
Baruch, Bernard, 54
Beard, Patricia, 151
Beasley, Maurine, 147
Bellamy, Carol, 177
Bennetts, Leslie, 177
Bentley, Helen Delich, 145
Bentsen, Lloyd, 148
Berentsen, Jane, 196
Berger, Marilyn, 175
Berke, Richard, 156
Berman, Edgar, 64-65
Bernays, Toni, 120
Biden, Joseph, 130
Bird, Rose, 157
Black, Hugo, 36
Blair, Emily Newell, 37
Blanchard, James, 91
Boddy, Manchester, 47-48
Boergers, Mary, 154-55
Bolton, Frances, 55, 61
Bonk, Kathy, 194
Boosalis, Helen, 97
Borger, Gloria, 167
Boston Globe, 178
Boston Herald, 173
Boston University, 10
Boughner, Genevieve Jackson, 169
Boxer, Barbara, 2, 120-22, 129, 152-53, 159, 164
Boyer, Peter, 111
Boys on the Bus, The, 175
Bradlee, Ben, 2, 190
Bradley, Bill, 150, 194
Brenner, Marie, 107
Breslin, Jimmy, 72
Bridge, Junior, 164, 180-81
Bridgeport Herald, 44
Broadway for Roosevelt Committee, 44
Broder, David, 9, 55, 157, 178
Brokaw, Tom, 15
Brookings Institution, 196

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  • Chapter 1 - Going Forward, Walking Backward 1
  • Chapter 2 - The First and Only 19
  • Chapter 3 - The "Glamour Girls" of Congress 38
  • Chapter 4 - A Rose by Any Other Name 50
  • Chapter 5 - The Push for Equal Rights 63
  • Chapter 6 - Battling Bella 79
  • Chapter 7 - Are We There Yet? 89
  • Chapter 8 - Almost a Bridesmaid 105
  • Chapter 9 - 1992 and All That 119
  • Chapter 10 - The Kamikaze Campaign and Politics as Usual 134
  • Nearing the Millennium - Chapter 11 144
  • Chapter 12 - From a Woman's Point of View 166
  • Chapter 13 - Ms. President? 183
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