Professor Tracy Osborn examines the way women make public policy in the U.S. Senate. Drawing on examples from the Affordable Care Act, the debate on sexual assault in the military, and the 2014 debt ceiling crisis, she identifies key themes in how women legislate.
Women in the U.S. Senate: How They Make Policy
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Osborn, T. (Academic). (2016). Women in the u.s. senate: how they make policy [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473975477
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