Women leaders of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries have powerfully influenced the course of major political events and have spearheaded social change on an international scale. Some women were elected to public office and others were appointed to key positions in government. Some were leaders who served in the private sector. All were products of their times and made an indelible mark on those times. Book jacket.
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Building a Future
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