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June 12, 1998 | Reuters
The organization that created Take Our Daughters to Work Day launched a campaign Thursday to put a woman in the White House by 2008. The Ms. Foundation for Women announced its White House Project at a news conference, saying it is high time women are represented in the pool of candidates seeking the presidency.
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June 12, 1998 | Reuters
The organization that created Take Our Daughters to Work Day launched a campaign Thursday to put a woman in the White House by 2008. The Ms. Foundation for Women announced its White House Project at a news conference, saying it is high time women are represented in the pool of candidates seeking the presidency.
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December 29, 1992 | GERALDINE BAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Senator-elect Carol Moseley Braun stopped by the Senate recently to get her photo I.D. After she had her picture snapped, a clerk promptly handed her a card emblazoned "Spouse." The senator-elect coolly handed it back, murmuring, "Try again." For all the talk about plumbing--the Senate is finally installing a women's bathroom in its inner sanctum--it hasn't quite penetrated this august institution that it will soon have three times as many women members as before.
NEWS
January 24, 1997 | From Times Wire Services
Madeleine Albright was sworn in as the nation's first female secretary of State on Thursday. She declared that the United States must never be "complacent or timid or unwilling to look beyond our borders." President Clinton beamed as Albright repeated the oath of office administered by Vice President Al Gore in an Oval Office ceremony. Albright's daughters, Alice, Anne and Katie, also watched.
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January 24, 1997 | From Times Wire Services
Madeleine Albright was sworn in as the nation's first female secretary of State on Thursday. She declared that the United States must never be "complacent or timid or unwilling to look beyond our borders." President Clinton beamed as Albright repeated the oath of office administered by Vice President Al Gore in an Oval Office ceremony. Albright's daughters, Alice, Anne and Katie, also watched.
NEWS
January 11, 1996 | Reuters
Evelyn Lieberman, a former aide to First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, was named White House deputy chief of staff Wednesday, becoming the first woman to hold the post. Lieberman, 51, whose promotion takes effect Monday, has been deputy press secretary for operations at the White House press office.
BUSINESS
December 28, 1992 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
They may not attract as much general notice as Cabinet nominees, but the people whom President-elect Bill Clinton may name to head the Securities and Exchange Commission and some other key agencies are drawing praise in business and consumer circles. Among those most prominently mentioned on Clinton's sub-Cabinet list are two African-American women--Consuela M.
NEWS
January 11, 1996 | Reuters
Evelyn Lieberman, a former aide to First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, was named White House deputy chief of staff Wednesday, becoming the first woman to hold the post. Lieberman, 51, whose promotion takes effect Monday, has been deputy press secretary for operations at the White House press office.
NEWS
December 29, 1992 | GERALDINE BAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Senator-elect Carol Moseley Braun stopped by the Senate recently to get her photo I.D. After she had her picture snapped, a clerk promptly handed her a card emblazoned "Spouse." The senator-elect coolly handed it back, murmuring, "Try again." For all the talk about plumbing--the Senate is finally installing a women's bathroom in its inner sanctum--it hasn't quite penetrated this august institution that it will soon have three times as many women members as before.
BUSINESS
December 28, 1992 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
They may not attract as much general notice as Cabinet nominees, but the people whom President-elect Bill Clinton may name to head the Securities and Exchange Commission and some other key agencies are drawing praise in business and consumer circles. Among those most prominently mentioned on Clinton's sub-Cabinet list are two African-American women--Consuela M.
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