The child star's new role

Borger, Gloria
September 1992
U.S. News & World Report;9/14/92, Vol. 113 Issue 10, p35
Presents a portrait of Geraldine Ferraro, 57, who is trying to prove something to the world and to herself, after the misery of her historic 1984 campaign. Media attacks on Ferraro; Her sense of middle-class issues; Background on her life; Educational background; The downside of her fame; What she's doing now.


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