17 Burst results for "Margaret Chase Smith"
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"This this was over the top next their heavensent could earn. President will wear perfume and pearls be diplomatic in the love and glory. Leave it on the grass is Laurie. How do you make sense of this? Why is she doing this? And she always claimed their biggest handicaps were the ones she went in with and spotlighted no money organization and everything but her biggest handicap was her sex. That was the bottom line. Margaret Chase Smith went on to serve another decade in the Senate. She was in Congress for thirty three years and she lived to be ninety seven. Janine Sherman moved to Maine to get to know her to try to understand her. I you know. I spent six seven years in conversation with her hoping that once we got to know each other I would get some introspection and in the end there was one important question. She could never get Margaret Chase Smith to answer. She denied ambition at all until the day she died. She denied ever wanting any of this. This whole ambition. Thing is a real conundrum especially for women and especially in that time period. We're not only. Doesn't she own up to her own ambition? I don't think she could even recognize it herself through so bound by those gender conventions that a woman is not ambitious but she does step up to help when people ask and that was always the way she described everything including running for president this.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Margaret Chase Smith Shirley Chisholm and Pat Schroeder. Our first story comes from July producer. Jamie York at sea level when the temperature is seventy one degrees sound moves at seven hundred and seventy miles per hour at thirty five thousand feet where the air is sixty five degrees below. Zero sound moves more slowly at around six hundred sixty miles per hour. So if something like a plane that creates sound waves closer and closer to six hundred and sixty miles per hour. It catches up to the sounded has made the sound piles up in front of the plane lick snow on the edge of a plateau. The change of pressure as the plane overtakes and burst through the sounded has made is silent in the plane but on the Ground Crack. It's hurt as a sonic boom. Something huge has been broken. She was very very proud of that to break. The Sound Barrier Chuck Yeager was the first man break the sound barrier in nineteen forty seven and Jacqueline Cochran was the first woman in nineteen fifty three but in nineteen fifty seven after a day of training Margaret Chase Smith. Went Mach one supersonic. She was fifty nine. She flew nearly a thousand miles per hour and she loved it or as she.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Third love dot com slash love it it find your perfect. Bra Fifty percent off your first purchase. That's third love DOT COM Slash L. O. V. E. T. T. for fifteen percent off today and that's probably where you find out about the things like as and bs and Cs and numbers all of that dot com slash love the numbers and we're back guy before we move on to gain news I did want to ask you. We talked to in the in the open about where impeachment impeachment currently stands. What do you make of the Republican response. The Republicans have been so in line for so long. It's truly scary and you just wonder if there's going to come that moment where somebody looks a Republican in the eye and says what the fuck are you doing but who in the Senate is actually going to break and Margaret Chase Smith this shit. You always assume there's going to be Susan Collins but Susan Collins is broken like Susan Collins is not doing the thing that we have Susan Collins for and that's from Maine to figure out remain figure out. Do you think anyone will have any sense of integrity and be like Oh shit yeah yeah. There are things that are more important than my partisan affiliation and the hope that after I lose election I will get to be the ambassador to Fiji. I will maybe do the right eight thing for a moment so so so look I hear the cynicism and I get where it comes from looking at the world and observing it with your eyes and your ears people will disappoint you. They will.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"Be impeached for that has resisted at every turn turning over documents allowing people testify they have prevented investigations prevented testimony from the House Democrats and now if there is an impeachment inquiry there will be significant demands for I don't know if they'll be demand for tax returns but they'll be demands that that officials Israel's testify and the documents turned over and so far this administration's refused to do it. How do you think that might play I mean are they going to continue to hide everything behind this national all security cloak will they get away with it is the Supreme Court going to involve itself with the Supreme Court ever ever give the congress benefit of the doubt here. What do you think I mean. I assume going to continue to play out the way that has played out in the administration's going to make things as difficult as possible and when they do testify it'll be the way day. Corey Lewandowski testified where it just turns it into a circus and and it makes it look like a partisan event. That's the risk of of impeachment of an impeachment inquiry is that it just does that. The trump people do what they always do. which is they turn everything into a circus into the chaos mm-hmm and make it seem more partisan than it is like? I'M NOT SAYING DEMOCRATS AREN'T ACTING OUT OF PARTISAN interests but I do think that there is a sincere concern about this and I really do believe any person who's just being objective and stepping back and looking at this and being honest and checking their you know Republican credentials at the door. You know this is something that has to be dealt with. This is something that has to be addressed. This cannot be something there's normalized and that we now say presidents can do these kinds of things. John Many give you the last question on this. which is do you think there is any way this investigation this impeachment inquiry can be carried out that will will be not entirely partisan? I not unless and based on based on the the the the early questioning of DNA MCGUIRE. It looks like a it's everybody's playing type and so the answer. Your question is now it'll be. It'll be totally partisan. I do. I do think again with just everybody has to wait for. Whether there will be any charismatic dissenters you know the role that Margaret Chase Smith the played or that Barry Goldwater played or this you Scott played during the the Watergate era where you had Republican senators again as you pointed out before not only is there a is there a media arm that didn't exist with Nixon but you also have the parties have gotten a lot more polarized and a lot more conservative than they used to be and so structurally you don't even have really moderate Republicans in any kind of possible way and you also don't have kind of break from the mold conservatives that the way you had with with Goldwater. Some people say that's a good thing with respect civil rights act but also with respect to Nixon. It's tape push the impeachment thing along so I think the only way that it wouldn't go to its normal partisan. sorting is if you have some Republicans not you know of some stature say this is real. This is serious and and we'll have to see.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on KOMO
"The hour on first light Kevin cars here so you know it is Friday the thirteenth and Kevin talks about movies so I guess since we have Kevin here is Friday the thirteenth we should talk about the Friday the thirteenth movie series right Kevin good morning Michael how are you doing today on this notoriously bad luck the bad luck day trip and what I think is funny is I don't think Friday the thirteenth had as big of a cultural impact as a bad luck day Intel after nineteen eighty when the original slasher movie Friday the thirteenth came out which which was a huge hit and spawned a what a lot of people would say that was what spawned the the rash of eighty slasher movies everything from prom night to April fools day that followed but this one was the seminal one and and I believe they had one coming out almost every single year of the eighties they were low budget did extremely well and they were in response to the popularity of Halloween as a slasher movie but yet it wasn't until Friday the thirteenth that things really kicked off in the slasher genre so if you want to watch say the original Friday the thirteenth there are some of those original you know first five first five or six of them can you can you find those to watch today well I haven't been able to find any of them on the free streaming services but don't worry you can always rent them through Amazon iTunes vudu so if you want to have yourself a little marathon today yeah you know for three Bucks a pop you can watch each move ever it in lieu of rating a movie tell us which one is your favorite in the Friday the thirteenth series I'm going to be a purist and go back to the original because I thought that was the most unique at the time and and just say the original Friday the thirteenth back in nineteen eighty thank you Kevin Kerr and Kevin car the purest coming up on twenty five past the hour on this Friday the thirteenth. September version for twenty nineteen it is on a Friday but on September thirteenth of nineteen forty eight Margaret chase Smith is elected to the U. S. Senate she becomes the first woman to serve in both houses of Congress do you think we'll have a woman president in the foreseeable future. thing that will be elected president in the near future. but I do think that it is entirely possible that a.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"So Senator Margaret chase Smith who was the first woman to serve in both houses of congress delivered her powerful declaration of conscience speech on June. First eighteen fifty four months after McCarthy's wheeling speech in it. She criticised national leadership and called for the country, the US Senate and the Republican party to reexamine the tactics used by the H U A C and without naming him. Senator McCarthy Smith was a Republican Senator from Maine one line from the speech that fricken love was Smith said she didn't wanna see her party quote ride to political victory on the four horsemen of calumny, fear, ignorance bigotry and smear. Oh my God. I just got chills. Horse named smear fear ignorance bigotry and smear. Those good good for her the writer Bernard. Brooks stated that if a man had given the speech he would be the next president, however McCarthy called Smith and the senators who co-sponsored declaration Snow White in the sixth words, a gendered until to his colleagues. Power and self determination. That was typical of the way which he spoke hate this guy. He can't even come up with a good burn. That's just. He's so. By the way in fifty two. I give you a quiz on famous speeches. You should know add this to the list in your head. I did very poorly on that Quist, by the way. So, but you would get them. Now. I would maybe who knows. All the is. So McCarthy and president Truman often clash while they were in office at the same. Yeah. Sure McCarthy characterized Truman and the Democratic Party is soft on or even in league with communists, and spoke of the Democrats twenty years of treason. All right like Domus with my man Harry Truman. Yeah. Okay. If you love your boy, my boy Truman intern once referred to Carthy as quote, the best asset the Kremlin has McCarthy's actions in attempt to sabotage the foreign policy of you in a Cold War in comparing it to shooting American soldiers in the back. Remember, it was the Truman administration State Department that McCarthy accused of harboring two hundred and five or fifty seven or eighty one. Yeah. Known communist Truman secretary of defense. George C Marshall was the target of some of McCarthy's vitriolic rhetoric. Marshall was a highly respected five star, general and statesman. Remember today is that architecture and the Marshall plan for postwar reconstruction of Europe for which you probably remember. He was awarded the Nobel peace prize in nineteen Fifty-three checkout. Episode thirty six generally, speaking for more information. Mccarthy to lengthly speech on Marshall later published in nineteen fifty one as a book titled America's retreat from victory colon,.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Example we should talk about is Margaret chase Smith who in nineteen fifty during the McCarthy very early lays out in a speech called, the declaration of conscience the exact argument against Joe McCarthy she got six cosigners McCarthy. Dismissed them as Snow White in, the sixth dwarves and yet within four years the whole. Senate had, joined her you, want to be Margaret chase Smith. You, don't want to be a quisling on this and I just think it's I think I I guess? The older I get the. More I think the simpler explanations. Tend to have the most salience I think they're afraid of him and if they're not afraid of him they're afraid, of an increasingly. Tribal and closed base of. Support that is easy to command at this point because suggest. Something else here has has a news analysts have seen time, and again with this group of Republicans they like what they get, out of him they get, justices on the. Supreme court they're very happy with in terms of nominees get tax cut. Or tax reform whatever you wanna call it more call tax reform in other words they get. The goodies that they have been after for years that was they. They did in facts sell their. Soul and the what did they get your right, they got a tax Bill they've gotten a lot of, deregulation they've gotten a rising market. And they've gotten to supreme court Justice. And they've done rid of a lot of regulations. Particularly environmental regulation go to, more calls here Let me do. This with Susannah Susannah welcome Thank. You Mr. Meacham. Thank you for your, reason perspective I'm concerned about what's happening. With truth Philosophical concept true, says the practice and lying without consequences How does lying affected political? Discourse and what can we do to bring back defy. It is a marvelous question and you're you're exactly right it's, it's one. Of the most pernicious developments, in recent years long-term process it didn't start with Trump but. As with so much, else he, accelerated and exacerbated it. And so the, internet of course so does the. Internet, but you know I'm a skeptic on The. Uniqueness of that moment we had a partisan press in this country newspapers that aggregated clipped stuff from other, papers and put it out for? For well over a hundred years the issue of course which is a good counterpoint? To that is that's the way the press was in. The eighteen fifties and look how that decade turned out so, it's it's. It isn't we do have, these echo chambers we do have, this capacity for disinformation misinformation. To fly around the, most interesting, part of that question, is what do, we do about it And this is self referential and so forgive me but I just. Think you, have to keep reminding people as John, Adams said, that facts are stubborn things I was with a. Very high ranking Republican not long ago who had clearly sort. Of half remembered talking, point, about the Merrick garland situation and. Was claiming that in the nineteen, sixty eight Abe Fortas in, Johnston wanted. To make chief Justice that, the Democrats had stopped, that from coming to a. Vote which is just not true on almost any, level a, fordis- didn't become chief Justice because of some personal corruption charges picky relations and things of. That so, yeah and, he was on the tape from but anyway but the point is that there was a vote there was a process and it just was. Not the case, and this. Man say well that wasn't true. And sixty eight now that and I was thinking why did I say yes it was and we we, did again but I thought I Why, was that, why did he say the second time and that's. The that was a cable news trick it was just a. Leave people who might, actually, be living normal life as opposed. To me with the wall well, he said it twice so, it must. Be the, case what we, have to do is What we're now in a culture of is twenty four seven fact checking. And hope that it all will. Out let. Me thanks for the. Call and let me read a tweet to you from bardo says House. Mr Meacham feel? About the international aspect of Trump's authoritarianism? That is what I find new and ominous money. And help from overseas racism.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast
"This was a this was a flight of fancy that the reader that most people would not know about that and and even those who would like just just just suspend disbelief for that one second and that to me is i think the challenge about doing even dramatize nonfiction which which i know both you and i are toying with in different ways in that's the new hot thing in hollywood right dramatize but i feel like the whole like game changer whatever things like that but you know i think like the difficulty for someone like to jump from journalists to this has to be that your brain says i have to provide context i have to bride context because that's what i do as a reporter but you don't have to do that in a novel no you don't know what was that balance for you and where did you realize like you took the leap on the appointment right and i'm you know to me i get it fine that didn't bother me like i understood in by the way there's there are a handful of states where i it's obscuring of that that that that actually under certain circumstances you could appoint and you know what i mean nineteen fifty four that's right so i'm okay the that didn't that didn't bother me at all but coke in new that's a very remote of them by the way thanks awesome emails were from out of love and not hundred percent but i imagine it was difficult for you to leap and in that did your editor like what did you do to sort of get yourself to like no it's okay i can stretch this it started with the notion because there obviously there are a lot of real people in the book that are characters joe mccarthy roy cohn by the way have you ever talked to a it didn't write about real people they will always tell you they're all everybody they describe is based on somebody right right by but these are actual p names could fix it or key father john f kennedy robert kennedy president eisenhower dick nixon it's cetera they're running around margaret chase smith so at the first at first it was a struggle because you know you're writing about real people now none of them are alive today.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Remember we remember anything from reagan if we remember bush and it's like you know you and i now are old enough where we can see you know skinny ties coming back in or something like that you know the cycle this thing but what i'm not for here's why it's so important where every generation that comes in that can hold people to account have to do it because if they don't it begins to sort of aggregate and it's like it's like tartar that builds up and it becomes that much harder to get rid of it and and this is what we're dealing with now where we in moments of crises like this this is where i think i don't know this find problem this is where you know when we did what we didn't libya sets the stage for god help us you know i mean this is why democrats need to be better when they're in office but i mean just that because i don't think that all on them but they society our culture well beyond just elected official you know those who have influence i mean public shame used to go a long way you know and it doesn't go very far more and i think problem because even whatever legal ramifications that were it should it would have just been in the path that if somebody was you know i mean after joe mccarthy finally was called out by murrow and after finally called out by margaret chase smith in the senate you know he he went away a broken man and died pretty much alone with the bottle i mean i don't say i wish that on anybody but i do wish them to exit power and go somewhere where nobody ever talks again and dick cheney i think he'd probably get the new heart every year.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"The eisenhower but he went back to the senate he was the senate majority leader he tried to straddle this he did not take a stand against joe mccarthy he tried to straddle that he would quietly say to reporters while you paying attention to him but at the end of the day he never took a stand and then guess what he suddenly died in nineteen fifty three and now his legacy is he didn't stand up to mccarthy and you don't get you don't get to write your own legacy you just have to make the moral choices you make and hope that history judges you accordingly and that's more of what i think not that this book is about never mccarthy republicans but but you don't get to write your legacy you have to stand up for what's morally right when it happens right and in the book when you are speaking so charlie meets all these historical figures and margaret chase smith is one and she goes on this little jag about you know when the first rat pokes his head out of the sewer you gotta hit him with a shovel you can't expect someone else to do it i just thought that you were talking about things like when trump is shows itself in a crowded field of republicans stand up to that and maybe not the person but the ugliness that he was saying look i think this is a through line i started the book during the obama years joe mccarthy was always a character in margaret chase smith was always a character so i'm not one hundred percent sure of what i wrote before or after the trump presidency i think that that part i wrote before but i'll say this there are through lines of decency and truth that you find in mccarthyism and you find in trumpism and either decency and truth are important to you or they're not you don't get to pick.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on 1A
"A real life senator margaret chase smith who was a republican senator from me so just to give one little background margaret chase smith senator republican from maine gave a speech on the senate floor decrying mccarthy in nineteen fifty so way ahead of everyone else so they're on a train here and she praises him and then i'll pick up well i don't know that i belong in your esteemed company charlie said that was a brave thing you did coming out against mccarthy back in when wasn't nineteen fifty and it's been pretty dispiriting to see so many of our fellow republicans sit back and let this indecency continue she blushed why thank you charlie no i mean it he said i don't think i understood until recently how tough it is to stand up for what's right in politics it all looks so easy from the outside but inside the imperatives the forces the motivations almost always push one toward complicity or silence if not worse the system seems designed to grind away our better natures smith took a second apparently to contemplate which harley was saying and decide how to properly respond it has been incredibly disappointing yes to see otherwise good and decent men think they can straddle the worlds of decent and indecent she finally said senator taft thought he could do that he could not one cannot one must make a choice taff thought he could avoid having to condemn that which he knew was wrong and then he died and his cowardice is now regrettably part of his legacy mccarthy isn't just a demagogue and a serial prevaricators he's a phony he won his first election against lafayette by winking towards the communists of wisconsin saying nice things about stalin none of it means anything to him it's all about power in ego i mean it often is that's not unique to senator mccarthy but he's a fraud i feel bad for those whom he is so sadistically fooling.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on WLOB
"My favorite types of scenes if you will very soon after a george marshall general george c marshall was named secretary of state uh he was it a press cutters he was asked if he data good education of debris geneva military is guilty said no i didn't miss it why not series have because we had no history um it's it's vital for two two two leadership with its political leadership military leadership business leadership education leadership you name it because it's about cars that affect is about human beings that they acted reacton it is human history is humid uh so this all this were going through right now where we are with described as being very divided in we can't get along with each other and everything else you've seen it before is what you're saying our country has seen it before oab slowly courtship in the very early days of our congress of the receipt times when they went at each other but fire talks on the floor the carvers one and a southerner tried to beat the other senator to death with a heavy walking stick on the floor of the other i shouldn't laugh but i think about and i think about of course of aaron burr and one that one the the dole i mean they they right just amazing what they did in those days yes but we also have to remember all the great accomplishments of our cars and we have to remember again one of the fundamental lessons of history and their infant lessons of history an infinite number but one of them is that almost nothing of consequence is ever accomplished alone it's always a joint effort and once there are representatives the washington get back to the realization that they have to work together yet to get anything done and not get to the point where he somewhat disagrees with you you then consider that person and your enemy that's absolutely destructive in extreme to the to the effectiveness of the whole system you wrote tub in one of your speeches you were talking about margaret chase smith and the fact that she stood up to joe mccarthy and said i.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on WLOB
"The i don't know what it was going to be and and one wants that if you go back to the two thousand eleven two thousand twelve legislature on right after he was elected which is a republican house in a republican senate i kept saying here on air every single day do everything i will hear you have on the phone talking on the and do everything and to the let's go to the zero income tax number that yeah you were adamant about that go for the gustar will figured out there's a way we are the path of course there's away if you want to do it there's a way to do everything if you really want to do it but the legislature so many the people in the legislature quickly leadership had their on a higher office and they were will read i don't know i don't now my yeah i am i kept earnings are going to see agent bro and the very best example i can get with this is a really good guy the mid coast region his name is chris rector and if you know i'm or not he was elected senator from the because region for several turned i think three and kris often stood up for our very middle of the road ideas or even some left this ideas or some union friendly ideas one of the things he stood up for was same sex marriage in the state he stood up for that values very clear about it when election time came with the algae bt community stand up for kris rector no they reined far hell firebrand stone down on him and defeated him at the ballot box my point rise is and will always be it does not matter what you do those who oppose shoe will oppose you out of hand it doesn't matter you but if you support their ideas so if that legislator eleven twelve legislature had done everything which is what they should have gone because no one can count on being rate re elected no one can i don't care who you are you can not come on be in re elected margaret chase smith got beat in the state so you do everything and if they had done everything where we are today.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"And and now on a transition the margaret chase smith also a very fascinating person change he ran for president i within the republican party in nineteen sixty four this we get to very cold water she she is the first woman to serve and and and the senators she came from the republican party i wish you issues very independent cancun you tell me about margaret chase smith yes smarter chased matz was hurt really a very impressive one and he came into the congress when her hunched them to clyde who was a representative remain tied died in on the nineteen forty and he shortly before his we wrote a letter thankfully came out under his name and that he hoped made his contract issue and would vote for his life since his replacement he can he he understood commit man that actually run his congressional offers for him they were barry gary eight an barry on involved in his career and so it was tradition three of known for widows mandate where by went in alone honored one the political party we're it looked with favor on the idea of having a one handed sure about the term appeared to be down and then service placeholders the idea when they would get out of the way land the regular election came up and an appropriate male chicago sir could be found for the defeat entre shoulder in the case of murder case he had no intention of getting out of the way and those he ran during the regular election for her husband he he won and he was option running he was three elected to the congress and them or introduced canada in nineteen forty seven and began conserve they're the first woman to on to be elected to bo houses of congress.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on KQED Public Radio
"The press never treated her isn't she had a realistic shot at it as the republican national convention of the col collison but i'm francisco before there's not as off going on on a of the republican party will have end of time i am now nominated say here on may he's not a thing i'm not cents she knew at that point it was nothing if the nomination to say the least well water have the nomination pretty much load up had a very go one with imported nominee president of the united the standard is fear the loser when you don't have enough delegates to swing it well then you very graciously replaced your delegates to vote for other candidates that's under smith ever release them and the total of the twenty seven votes it's you've got on the floor she hung on to denying very go water the unanimous vote for the nomination so she came in second but to mope in the shutting has died senator margaret chase smith the lady from a into the merge from or president breaking bid for the presidency with even greater stature and reputation let's get our out of the you make some history only lady him being the first woman ever nominated for i said affection today thing why do in of all people run because they want approval coin play run because they want to make a statement they run because i got an oversized a go a something on their hosts outs of recency of people run for president even though they may now they have little chance of winning her recent most to prove that a woman could be a serious presidential camera and and she again she proved it will we see a woman elected president of the united states during a lifetime that's not green the world is changing rapidly politics change with many of the once impossible things have happened i'm a long one sunday great tradition and they back level.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on KQED Public Radio
"Campaign down to a little soundbite urging enter not billions of millions reports saw that and had a and decided they like night i've been and they stephenson he didn't really believe in things like this stephenson just didn't even like the idea of commercials at all he does felt like you know you should and try to sell it presidential candidate the same way you would sell serial hurt so he just let this is not a politics is about demanded a as this given to obtain a the stephenson campaign decided early on that they would by thirty minute lots of time one two three and he would do speeches just thirty minutes pitches each of us lives up to the let me up to go up against in for citizenship but nobody tuned in to watch them les stephenson goes last democrat i got to the story stops and speeches and wyoming you washington and jackson he was on the for him painting and the photographer below the platform to the photograph which included the soul of his shoe which had a whole in and that photograph became a symbol of this man who you know really was sinking more about the issues and he was issue and it cause an and suddenly the buttons who are spreading with you know in the shape of i'm sure you with the whole i rather have a man with that the soon that many people have held is a stevenson is swirl gold glove pierce's counted even walks around with holes an issue but the real story of that photographed is that stephenson moments before he's going to give this strange he's not doing what politicians usually do but quiet in the second arroyo to bed any who's helped i'm on the campaign trail or how are older who they think is in charge of the local newspaper but stephenson doesn't all of that he's looking down at his text and making corrections for the final night before one of the most vital elections in the history of our country tomorrow you'll the voter will make the final decision on the of the election citizen intended to make this last breach one of his best looking back i'm not holy content and i am sam or said well everything that was in my heart talking sensibly i'm honestly is not always easy.
"margaret chase smith" Discussed on KQED Public Radio
"Couldn't even vote what whole became the first woman and american history to run for president my name is kind of fun and i am a descendent of victoria class learned what hall the first time i began to become aware of my relative was in nineteen sixty four when the republican senator margaret chase smith was winning proposing right stage right in all looking very happy and i played about thing they were talking about history being a with margaret chase being the first one to run for president we're watching in my dad said that's not right these guys don't know what you're talking about my name is immune defense can the book victoria would home sexual confession would help from an unusual he the classrooms she grew up in the small town in ohio but they moved online kind of travel samson catches catch can and at the age of fourteen would hold lines enough by her parents to a man who proved to be in a time and she had a pretty hard life was him she was traveling around when she said she had a revelation to go out there and declare her right to be a woman in public and to be a powerful woman and so she packed up and came to new york this was an era where a woman to cannot vote could not and a restaurant a store and establishment of any kind unless she was escorted by a man it was controversial for women to do anything but she had the foresight not to except the way society was she started a radical newspaper she opened the first women's stop broker inch firm but the thing that international frame was when she sent card to the new york declaring her candidacy for the presidency letter to the new york harold april second eighteen seventy one i've claim the right to speak for the on and franchised woman up the country and announce myself as a candidate for the presidency for a woman and that it to be running for president when most women in the country couldn't even cast a ballot made.