The First Woman Vice President Might Make History for the Wrong Reasons

Kamala Harris’s is among the stories of the leading political figures of our time. And yet, history shows us that women’s progress is often met with obstacles to success.

As white men made the vice president’s office more powerful, they likely inadvertently increased the obstacles facing women aspiring to that post. The vice presidency is no longer just a symbolic…

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Historian. Writer. Speaker. Author of THE CABINET.

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Lindsay Chervinsky, Ph.D.

Lindsay Chervinsky, Ph.D.

Historian. Writer. Speaker. Author of THE CABINET.

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