As pundits debate the political futures of women like Elizabeth Dole and Hillary Clinton, Diane and her guests talk about women as presidential candidates, and how long it might be before America elects a female Commander-in-Chief.

Guests

  • Eleanor Clift Contributing editor for "Newsweek."
  • Tom Brazaitis Columnist, "The Cleveland Plain Dealer"
  • Anita Perez-Ferguson National Women's Political Caucus
  • Marie Wilson Founder and president of The White House Project and president of the Ms. Foundation for Women.

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