Susan Estrich

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Susan Estrich, an attorney and political consultant, is the author of The Case for Hillary Clinton. Estrich earned her law degree from Harvard Law, where she was the first woman president of the Harvard Law Review.[1]

Estrich managed the Michael Dukakis presidential campaign in 1988.

She describes herself as having "made her reputation" by her work in 1984 with New York congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro on the Democratic Platform Committee.[2]

Notable quotes

  • "Electing a woman president could literally change the world for women and girls, and boys and men. Stop and think about what it will be like to go to work in the days after the election, with every guy in your workplace feeling like the woman in the White House might be coming by to check things out."[4]
  • "Electing a woman president is not going to be easy."[5]

References

  1. The Case for Hillary Clinton, Kindle Version: Location 767
  2. The Case for Hillary Clinton, Kindle Version: Location 557
  3. The Case for Hillary Clinton, Kindle Version: 172 of 1352
  4. The Case for Hillary Clinton, Kindle Version: 184 of 1352
  5. The Case for Hillary Clinton, Kindle Version: 211 of 1352

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