July Tue, 2001
The Impact of Women in Public Office
“In recent years the numbers of women serving in public offices at various levels of government have increased markedly. Is the increasing presence of women in public office making a difference? Are women public officials having a distinctive impact on public policy and the political process? These questions are central to the studies in The Impact of Women in Public Office.” Written by the Center for American Women and Politics’ senior scholar Susan J. Carroll.
July Sun, 1994
Women as Candidates in American Politics, Second Edition
“In this second edition, Susan Carroll updates her pioneering study of women candidates and their campaigns in the aftermath of the "Year of the Woman." Although in many regards the political climate has become vastly more favorable for female candidates, opportunities are still limited by the political structure.” Written by the Center for American Women and Politics’ senior scholar Susan J. Carroll.
July Fri, 1981
In the Running: The New Woman Candidate
The first book-length account of women's experiences as candidates for political office, written by Eagleton director Ruth B. Mandel.