DO lead the way to the top

February 2003
Glamour;Feb2003, Vol. 101 Issue 2, p31
Presents Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi's statement on being elected U.S. House minority leader which makes her the highest-ranking woman to serve in Congress.


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