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Barbara Hackman Franklin: Gender Trailblazer, Nixon White House to Global Boardrooms
The Gender Revolution has been called one of "the most profound social changes America has ever experienced." Although there is still plenty of unfinished business, it is important to review and celebrate the decades of work already done. Barbara Hackman Franklin has been on the front lines of women's progress for over 50 years. From opening doors for women in the Nixon White House and global board rooms to being named by Time Magazine as one of the "50 American Women Who Made Political History, she is not only "one of the first" in many arenas, her legacy, told in the book, A Matter of Simple Justice," includes lifting others as she climbed.
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