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|How Women Can Win and Lead Madeleine Kunin ... I owe nothing to Women's |
Lib, she said. ... Forty-four women have been elected leaders of their countries
since then, ranging from unknowns, such as Jennifer Smith (premier of Bermuda,
|As she was to say many years later, upon becoming Britain's first woman prime |
minister, I owe nothing to women's lib. 12 Her decision to press on and find a
seat was more evidence of her political courage and her feeling that she could ...
|If you want anything said, ask a man. If you want anything done, ask a woman. I |
owe nothing to women's lib. (To which one feminist retorted: She may be a
woman but she isn't a sister.) I think we've been through a period where too
|1939) Australian feminist writer I owe nothing to Women's Lib. Margaret Thatcher |
(b. 1925) British prime minister Women get more unhappy the more they try to
liberate themselves. Brigitte Bardot (b. 1933) French film actress The people I'm ...
|-ABIGAIL ADAMS (1744-1818) FIRST LADY OF THE UNITED STATES If society |
will not admit of woman's free ... -GOLDA MEIR (1898-1978) RUSSIAN-BORN,
FIRST FEMALE PRIME MINISTER OF ISRAEL * I owe nothing to Women's Lib.
|Wit and Wisdom from Some of the World's Most Extraordinary Women Carole |
McKenzie. Women are the only exploited group in ... Women's liberation slogan
in Australia, 1970s I owe nothing to women's lib. Margaret Thatcher, first female ...
|She presented herself not as a wife and mother like other women, but as a |
stronger, iron woman who rose above such banalities to achieve greater things."
67 At the turn of the ... She insisted: "I owe nothing to women's lib."70 It may be a
|Steinem, Gloria I owe nothing to Women's Lib. - Thatcher, Margaret If I were a |
woman, I would never trust men who say they are feminists. Either they are acting
out of guilt, trying to establish credentials, or they think they might be able to pick
|Carrie L. Lukas. I owe nothing to women's lib. 1982 When political pundits |
talk about the gender gap, they typically are referring to women's preference for
Democratic candidates. Men's pro Republican tendencies are seldom covered.
|Margaret Thatcher, the first woman to lead Great Britain, famously declared, "I |
owe nothing to women's lib." Thatcher attributed her success to her own hard
work, not to the women's movement. On the other hand, female candidates who