Ellen Fitzpatrick is the University of New Hampshire historian that millions of people have seen on TV-every night during the 2004 Democratic Convention and regularly on PBS's NewsHour with Jim Lehrer ever since. Fitzpatrick is an active scholar of American history and has written several books. She rights the wrongs of misrepresented facts and often, she simply uses the past to shed light on the present.
Read by Jo Anna Perrin
The remarkable story of women in politics, these women are going for the highest glass ceiling.
“…compelling…Fitzgerald is a worthy biographer, offering a rich, amply footnoted story of quick-witted and resilient women who preceded Clinton’s quest.” - Washington Post
Released Mon Feb 29 00:00:00 UTC 2016