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Ronnee Schreiber

In: Gender and Women's Leadership: A Reference Handbook

Chapter 25: Women as Leaders in Conservative Women's Organizations

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Women as Leaders in Conservative Women's Organizations
Women as leaders in conservative women's organizations

Hillary Rodham Clinton's impressive run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008 generated national attention to women in politics. Once she left the race, however, discussions about gender, sexism, and elections were muted. Enter Sarah Palin. Unlike Hillary Rodham Clinton, Sarah Palin is decidedly conservative and her candidacy suggests we need to gain better insights into conservative women political leaders. Palin differs from many feminists in that she opposes legal abortion, favors limited government involvement in social programs, endorses tax cuts and ...

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