After Clinton’s defeat, now more than ever women need to seek and serve in electoral politics for democracy’s sake
By Nancy Peckford Sep. 18, 2017
There is, in all this hand-wringing about Hillary Clinton’s re-emergence, a subtext that politics is really for the boys, and girls are only allowed in when they out-perform and ultimately deliver for the (often male-dominated) troops.
Hillary Clinton, pictured Nov. 2, 2016. Now that Ms. Clinton has written a book which documents her extraordinary U.S. presidential run, she is being pilloried by one too many commentators, often male, for daring to speak up, writes Nancy Peckford. Photograph courtesy of Gage Skidmore