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By the numbers: Women’s role in government

National Women's History month is celebrated every March, and works to "write women back into history." The National Women's History Project, as well as other organizations, draw attention to the work that women have done for the United States in both the past and the present. As National Women's History month draws to a close, The Patriot examines the role women play in government today.

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