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“I cannot vote, but can be voted for.” Belva Lockwood, 1884 candidate for President

“I cannot vote, but can be voted for.” Belva Lockwood, presidential candidate. Probably no surprise to those of you who check my blog and FB page, I’m monitoring the commentary and comments regarding Hillary Clinton and her campaign for the … Continue reading

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Women and Presidential Politics

Just got word that my blog post, “Women and Presidential Politics” is now up on “The Public Humanist,” where I’m a contributing blogger.  Here’s the link: http://www.valleyadvocate.com/blogs/home.cfm?aid=15861

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Unusual Landmark

One of the more unusual landmarks to a woman is the full-length ship’s figurehead of Belva Lockwood, an attorney who successfully fought for the right to practice law before the United States Supreme Court in 1879. An advocate of women’s … Continue reading

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