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"I Have Always Had the Power"
"I Have Always Had the Power"
"I Have Always Had the Power"
Michael R. Lemov explains an interaction between the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee chairman, Harley Staggers, and three subcommittee chairmen, John Moss, John Dingell, Jr., and Paul Rogers.
Michael R. Lemov, Chief Counsel, Investigations Subcommittee, House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee
"I Knew My Life Was Never Going to Be the Same"
"I Knew My Life Was Never Going to Be the Same"
"I Knew My Life Was Never Going to Be the Same"
Liz Abzug describes her personal role in her mother’s political campaigns.
Liz Abzug, Daughter of U.S. Representative Bella Savitzky Abzug of New York
"I'm Going to Do It. Deal with It."
"I'm Going to Do It. Deal with It."
"I'm Going to Do It. Deal with It."
The Honorable Patricia Scott Schroeder advises women to be bold and seek professional advancement.
The Honorable Patricia Scott Schroeder, U.S. Representative of Colorado
"I'm Not Wishy-Washy"
"I'm Not Wishy-Washy"
"I'm Not Wishy-Washy"
The Honorable Shelley Berkley describes her 2000 campaign button design.
The Honorable Shelley Berkley, U.S. Representative of Nevada
"I'm the Only Woman in the Room"
"I'm the Only Woman in the Room"
"I'm the Only Woman in the Room"
Cokie Roberts shares a story about Representative Bobbi Fiedler and her decision to protect the interests of women.
Cokie Roberts, Congressional Correspondent and Daughter of Representatives Hale and Lindy Boggs of Louisiana
"I Never Thought That Women Could Play This Kind of a Role"
"I Never Thought That Women Could Play This Kind of a Role"
"I Never Thought That Women Could Play This Kind of a Role"
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman emphasizes the importance of serving as a woman on the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate investigation.
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman, U.S. Representative of New York
"I Really Felt As Though I Were in Quicksand"
"I Really Felt As Though I Were in Quicksand"
"I Really Felt As Though I Were in Quicksand"
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman remembers feeling overwhelmed by the extent of the Watergate scandal.
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman, U.S. Representative of New York
"I Wanted to Break Out"
"I Wanted to Break Out"
"I Wanted to Break Out"
Rochelle Dornatt discusses education and employment expectations for women.
Rochelle Dornatt, Chief of Staff, Representative Sam Farr of California
"I Was Me"
"I Was Me"
"I Was Me"
The Honorable Yvonne Brathwaite Burke discusses her behavior, appearance, and relationships with other Congresswomen, like Bella Abzug of New York.
The Honorable Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, U.S. Representative of California
"I Was the Afterthought"
"I Was the Afterthought"
"I Was the Afterthought"
Rochelle Dornatt remembers her struggle for equal treatment in the workplace.
Rochelle Dornatt, Chief of Staff, Representative Sam Farr of California
"I Was the First One Up the Stairs"
"I Was the First One Up the Stairs"
"I Was the First One Up the Stairs"
The Honorable Barbara Boxer recalls how she and other Congresswomen responded to the Senate hearings involving Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas.
The Honorable Barbara Boxer, U.S. Representative and Senator of California
"I Wasn't Supposed to Win"
"I Wasn't Supposed to Win"
"I Wasn't Supposed to Win"
The Honorable Constance A. Morella reflects on her personable campaigning efforts in 1986.
The Honorable Constance A. Morella, U.S. Representative of Maryland