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President's Message: Honolulu Needs the League of Women Voters (Suzanne Meisenzahl)
And a Good Time Was Had by All... (Arlene Ellis)
Board Cuts Down the Telephone Tree (Grace Furukawa)
TV Production Committee Formed
Fact Sheet on Violence and Lobbying Strategy Planned (Suzanne Meisenzahl)
New Member Orientation Planned for January, 1995
Honolulu Mayor Invited to Speak at Dec. Meeting
Conventional Wisdom Meets the State Data Book (Astrid Monson)
Hawaii Chosen for Cancer Screening Trial
Cancer Links, Water Resources Studied (Carol Kleppin)
Teamster Union Vote Count
League Principles Define Local League Action
Books to Ponder
League Produced Programs to Air on 'Olelo Channel
1994-95 Membership Directory Changes

Books to Ponder

If you are interested in reading more about the women who have helped to shape the political landscape of our country, you might consider the following books:

Strangers in the Senate: Politics and the New Revolution of Women in America, by Senator Barbara Boxer (National Press Books, 1993).

The Year of the Woman: Myths and Realities, by Elizabeth Adell Cook, Sue Thomas, and Clyde Wilcox (Westview Press, 1994).

Living a Political Life by Madeline Kunin (Knopf, 1994).

Running as a Woman: Gender and Power in American Politics by Linda Witt, Karen M. Paget, and Glenna Matthews (Free Press, 1994).

A Woman's Place: The Freshmen Women Who Change the Face of Congress by Congresswoman Marjorie MargoliesMezvinsky (Crown, 1994).

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