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What Clinton, Palin Did For Glass Ceiling

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What Clinton, Palin Did For Glass Ceiling

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What Clinton, Palin Did For Glass Ceiling

What Clinton, Palin Did For Glass Ceiling

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In the recent elections, Sen. Hillary Clinton and Gov. Sarah Palin were running for some of the highest political positions in the U.S. But where does the so-called glass ceiling for women stand? Slate.com's XX Factor bloggers Dahlia Lithwick and Emily Bazelon discuss the cracks in the glass and the benefits of having two, distinct female political models.

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