What the Next President Can Do for Women and Girls

Gandy, Kim
September 2008
National NOW Times;Fall2008, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p1
The article suggests what the next U.S. president should do regarding women's issues. According to the article, the next president should prioritize issues such as economic equality, alleviation of poverty and universal single payer healthcare. It also recommends that the next president acts on violence against women, validates the civil and human rights of women and to initiate change in societal attitudes towards women.


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