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Gossip, Celebrity and Politics

New York Times columnist Gail Collins offers a unique view on women having it all

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Being a drinker, having black ancestry or being a secret Catholic were more likely to end a political career in the early years of this country than being a cannibal or caught with a stripper in a compromising position. Gail Collins, New York Times columnist and Cincinnati native, provided the proof of this historical anomaly March 12 at the Cincinnati Woman's Club 16th annual National Speaker's Forum.  

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