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Why it Matters That Clinton Could Be First Woman US President

63 nations in the world have been led by a woman, but it is still not the norm. Asked why she voted for Hillary Clinton in South Carolina’s Democratic primary, Columbia resident Evelyn Boyd does not hesitate. “I want a woman to have a say-so in how the government is run,” the African-American grandmother said. “Men have been doing it all along, and they don’t do anything special.”  Along the U.S. presidential campaign trail this year, voices like Boyd’s — championing the...

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