Judy Woodruff, Clinton has made it further than any woman before her. Historian Ellen Fitzpatrick profiles the three who laid the groundwork for Clinton in her new book, “The Highest Glass Ceiling:
“She is someone who is considered among the performers. When she had joined the government in 2014 as a Minister of State, the only credentials she carried with her were a degree in economics from Jawaharlal Nehru University, a good track record as a BJP spokesperson and an impeccable knowledge of a range of subjects. ”
The trends are especially pronounced in North Africa, where the share of women in agriculture increased from about 30% to 43% between 1980 and 2010 (the latest comprehensive survey), as well as in the Near East, where it went from 35% to 48%.
The fourth innovation is an art installation called #metoo and subtitled: “What does sexism sound like?”