This is the first book to investigate Bushâs women, and to report on how they rose to power and what theyâve done. Find out about why Chevron named a tanker after National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice; how financial ties to big tobacco corporations got Secretary of the Interior Gale Ann Norton dubbed âThe Woman from Marlboro Countryâ; how Labor Secretary Elaine Chao bullied union longshoreworkers to benefit her trading-with-China family and friends; read excerpts of Lynne Cheneyâs lesbian novel; and discover how Karen Hughes got her first job thanks to the National Organization for Women.
Women swing voters can decide elections now, and the Bush team will do whatever it takes to win their support. The cynical crusade to put a female face on anti-feminist policy is revealed in this scathing and entertaining investigation of the sinister politicians we call the Bushwomen.
About: The women appointed to President Bush's cabinet and subcabinet, fronts for an extremist administration, are revealed in how they arrived in office, where they are headed,and what their power means for women's equality, in protraits of Secretary of the Interior Gale Ann Norton, Labor Secretary Elaine Chao, Condoleezza Rice, Lynne Cheney, and others.
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