Hillary Clinton’s name is on everyone’s lips as we head into the 2016 presidential election. Is America ready for a woman president? How research on women’s likability impacts Hillary’s campaign? What do feminists really think about Hillary? Why Hillary Clinton can and should change the way America cares for children and supports families? What those pantsuits really mean to women’s power and agency in a man’s world? Will voters accept a woman commander in chief? How can voters hate a woman chosen 17 times by Gallup as the most admired woman in the world?
These are some of the topics covered in the Amazon #1 bestseller Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox authored/edited by Joanne Bamberger. The book is an anthology that explores the question of why so many Americans, especially women, have such complicated and conflicting feelings when it comes to one of the most well-known and admired women in the world — Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Joanne Bamberger, an entrepreneurial journalist, award-winning writer, and attorney, is the publisher and editor in chief of The Broad Side, a noted digital magazine of women’s commentary.
Join Joanne Bamberger and me on Wednesday, January 6, 10-11 A.M. CT US. We will be discussing the complicated feelings about one of the most powerful women in American politics and possibly our next president.