California women speak: speeches of California women in public office
Alta Vista Pub. Co., 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 122 pages
16 Speeches (plus photographs & biographies) by: Barbara Boxer, Marian Bergeson, Dianne Feinstein, Lucy Killea, Nancy Pelosi, Diane E. Watson, Lucille Roybal-Allard, Delaine Eastin, Maxine Waters, Sunne Wright McPeak, Kathleen Brown, Sandra Smoley, Joyce Kennard, Susan Golding, Alice Lytle, Anne Rudin. Introduction by Kate Karpilow, Executive Director of CEWAER, California Elected Women's Association for Education & Research. Edited by Doris Earnshaw, University of California, Davis. "Only in examining the words of women can we analyze the strength of women leaders & the unique contributions that they make to the formation of public policy."--Dr. Barbara O'Connor, Professor of Communication; Director, Institute for the Study of Politics & Media, California State University, Sacramento. "This collection of speeches from some of California's most prominent female judges & lawmakers provides an important avenue to understanding how women leaders think."--Mary V. Hughes, President, Staton/Hughes. Order from: Alta Vista Press, P.O. Box 73675, Davis, CA 95617. Phone Orders: 916-756-1684.
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