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'What Will It Take for a Woman to Win the White House?'

Four leading thinkers on women and politics joined together to discuss what it would take "for a woman to win the White House." Some 400 people attended the Barnard College forum, which took place on International Women's Day.

Part I
Carol Moseley Braun Eleanor Clift
Judith Shapiro Marie Wilson

 

Ambassador Carol Moseley Braun, former U.S. senator and former presidential candidate

Eleanor Clift, journalist, Newsweek and "The McLaughlin Group"

Judith Shapiro , president of Barnard College

Marie Wilson , co-founder and president of The White House Project

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Production Number: 281
Shot: Mar 08, 2004
Published: Mar 26, 2004
Last modified:Mar 29, 2004