Thimmesch, Nick
October 1984
Saturday Evening Post;Oct84, Vol. 256 Issue 7, p66
Reports on the clout of women's political participation which observers predict will become influential in electing presidents in the United States. Majority of voters in the country which comprise of women; Shifts in the role of American women in national politics; Impact of higher educational attainment on women's political participation.


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