First Ladies

First Ladies

eBook - 1995
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As we move toward the year 2000, Americans continue to debate the job of First Lady. How much power does the position actually hold? How publicly should that power be wielded? First Ladies tells the story of this curious institution and the evolution of these women's role from ceremonial backdrop to substantive world figure. This expanded edition brings us up to the present, examining the legacies of our three most recent First Ladies: Nancy Reagan, credited with raising the job to that of "Associate President"; Barbara Bush, who took a more traditional approach); and Hillary Rodham.
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1995
ISBN: 9780198020813
0198020813
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xxii, 430 pages) : illustrations

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