11/8/19 It’s always November 8, 2016, in America’s anxious party. Traumatized by Hillary Clinton’s defeat at the hands of a certifiable misogynist, Democrats are suffering from a distinct lack of confidence in their fellow citizens’ willingness to vote for a woman for president. This week’s elections were a momentary reprieve for Democrats, but the hand-wringing […]
Nancy L. Cohen is an award-winning author, historian, and leading national expert on the intersection of gender and American politics. She is the author of four books, including Delirium: The Politics of Sex in America, Breakthrough, and The Reconstruction of American Liberalism. Nancy’s articles have appeared in the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian, CNN, and elsewhere. Nancy speaks on gender and politics, feminism, and women and leadership at conferences, literary festivals, and universities. Currently, she is a contributor to Ms. and working on a new book on gender and politics in the US. Follow along with her on Twitter @nancylcohen.