An analysis of modern women's issues based on the author's travels throughout the country reveals how women believe that both sides of the government are disregarding key concerns, and what the Democratic Party should do to reclaim votes.
The girlfriend gap (White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia) -- Meanwhile, in Bedford Falls (Mount Carmel, Illinois) -- The gator that got away (with your ballot, Hillary's hopes, and Katherine Harris's little blue suit) (Tampa, Florida) -- Crossing over with John Edwards, and other rescue fantasies (Detroit, Michigan) -- Women of the storm (New Orleans, Louisiana) -- In the belly of the Bubba (Fort Worth, Texas) -- Border wars (Phoenix, Arizona) -- Disparate Housewives (Marlborough, Massachusetts) -- The view from the bottom (Sacramento, California) -- Bad Catholics for Kerry (Denver, Colorado) -- The"strident pro-choice money women" (Denver, Colorado) -- Not all wedge issues were created equal (Frenchville, Pennsylvania) -- Kitty Dukakis revisited (Brookline, Massachusetts) -- In the navy (Suffolk, Virginia) -- Divided we beg (Clarington, Ohio) -- Down on the down low (and gay marriage) (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) -- Between the rivers (Aurora, Kentucky)
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