TITLE

A STAR IS BORN

AUTHOR(S)
Shalit, Ruth
PUB. DATE
November 1993
SOURCE
New Republic;11/15/93, Vol. 209 Issue 20, p18
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the political career of Carol Moseley-Braun, the first black female senator in the United States. Educational background; Introduction to a life in public service; Public view on her representation of moral symbolism in the U.S. political system; Involvement in scandals undermining the credibility of the politician as a feminist and advocate for good governance; Speech at the national convention of the American Political Science Association.
ACCESSION #
12082311

 

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