Madam Secretary: Frances Perkins

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Houghton Mifflin, 1976 - History - 589 pages
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A detailed account of the life and extended governmental career of America's first female cabinet member and of her unprecedented, largely successful program of economic and social reform

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Contents

Chapter 2 p 1 Speaker Rainey on how she should be addressed
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Chapter 3 p 25 Cleaning the office The problem of Section
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Chapter 4 p 31 Her first words at a cabinet meeting VicePresident
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About the author (1976)

George Martin is the author of a dozen books, including biographies of Frances Perkins and Giuseppe Verdi. He lives in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.

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