Teaching Political Skills to Iraqi Women

In preparation for Iraq's elections, a group of U.S. legislators visited Amman, Jordan, to meet 20 Iraqi women candidates. The purpose was to teach the candidates about campaigning and the mechanics of election politics. Hear NPR's Liane Hansen and Rep. Kay Granger.



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