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Cracked yet now not Shattered completely analyzes Hillary Clinton's 2008 crusade for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination with a watch to settling on what went wrong-why, the frontrunner, she ended up now not breaking _the glass ceiling._ even supposing her verbal exchange used to be wrong and the media insurance of her did replicate biases, those essays exhibit how her crusade used to be in hassle from the beginning due to her gender, prestige as a former First woman, and being 1/2 a political couple.
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Extra info for Cracked but Not Shattered: Hillary Rodham Clinton's Unsuccessful Campaign for the Presidency
Many women have sought the office of president, beginning with Victoria Woodhull in 1872. Yet “some of the women who have made exploratory bids and those who have actually run for president are not recognized by many historians, rhetoricians, and political scientists, as well as the press” (Gutgold, 2006, 6). ” and the answer is complicated. Anderson, for one, claims, “as a nation, we have yet to imagine a woman president of the United States” (2002, 127). One important element of the public imagination is the prevailing meme of the male president, the masculine office.
These are all rhetorical events which participated in the transformation and transmission of the meme regarding the status of women. My example should demonstrate a significant means of cultural evolution, the meme. As Kate Distin argues, “A form of selection must occur in minds and P U BLIC WOMAN , PRIVAT E WIFE 35 culture, and we should expect to see the preservation of those ideas and skills with the best fit to their environment, and the extinction of those without” (2005, 14). It seems that most reasonable people in the United States today would agree, particularly since a woman nearly made it to the White House in 2008, that the idea that “women are inferior to men” is an idea that does not fit well with the current sociopolitical environment.
Think of the civil rights heroes and foot-soldiers who marched, protested and risked their lives to bring about the end of segregation and Jim Crow. Because of them, I grew up taking for granted that women could vote. Because of them, my daughter grew up taking for granted that children of all colors could go to school together. Because of them, Barack Obama and I could wage a hard fought campaign for the Democratic nomination. Because of them, and because of you, children today will grow up taking for granted that an African American or a woman can yes, become President of the United States.