24 Years of House Work-- and the Place is Still a Mess: My Life in Politics

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Andrews McMeel Pub., 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 244 pages
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A lawyer by training and the mother of two young children, no one was more shocked than Pat Schroeder when she won a seat in Congress in 1972. In this candid, unblinking autobiography, Schroeder recounts her career, telling how she struggled to find a place and a voice in the guy gulag of Congress. Photos.

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This was a Women of the West book club selection. Political history isn't usually my thing, but her humor and breezy style made this light and easy to read. And I learned some stuff along the way. Read full review

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User Review  - Jack - Goodreads

This woman is a gifted writer. Hilarious and engaging. Helps one really see just how tough women have had it in politics and gov't, even very recently. Read full review

Contents

Kamikaze Run
1
Congressional Bull
19
Change Sparring Partners and Dance
65
Copyright

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