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The Woman Who Ran for President: The Many Lives of Victoria Woodhull, Lois Beachy Underhill,Penguin Books, 1996, 0140256385, 9780140256383, 347 pages. This biography of VictoriaWoodhull is the story of how a major feminist pioneer, scarcely known today, moved from povertyand spiritualism to become the first woman Wall Street broker, the first woman to testify beforeCongress on suffrage and, in 1872, the first woman to run for president. Author Lois Underhill tellshow Woodhull challenged the manly status quo not only in politics and business, but on the socialscene as well. She fought for sexual freedom for women. She published a weekly newspaper thatwas the first to expose the Henry Ward Beecher scandal, as a protest against the double standardand the famous minister's hypocrisy, not his immorality. She herself led an unconventional privatelife, the stuff of a Bronte novel.
Victoria Woodhull First Woman Presidential Candidate, Jacqueline McLean, Jacqueline A. Kolosov,1999, Biography & Autobiography, 112 pages. Examines the life of the nineteenth century feminist,Victoria Woodhull, who was a selected as the presidential candidate for the Equal Rights Party in1872.
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Biography & Autobiography, 372 pages. A biography of the first woman to address Congress,operate a Wall Street brokerage firm, and run for president provides an intimate portrait of VictoriaWoodhull's life.
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Not One of the Boys Living Life As a Feminist, Brenda Feigen, 2000, Social Science, 335 pages. Aleader of the women's movement in the 1960s and 1970s offers a candid, deeply personal memoirof her battle for social change, describing how she took on the sexist law firm .
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