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This volume focuses on the careers of seven women who are, or have been, leaders of nations: Golda Meir, Isabel Per[ac]on, Corazon Aquino, Violeta Chamorro, Indira Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto and Margaret Thatcher.
Contributors to this comparative study use case studies to examine critical issues including: context; biographical factors; the path to power; leadership style; and to what extent gender mattered in a leader's rise and performance.
Women as Chief Executives - Michael A Genovese and Seth Thompson
Does Gender Matter?
Managing Softly in Turbulent Times - Jeanne-Marie Col
Corazon C Aquino, President of the Philippines
Benazir Bhutto and Dynastic Politics - Nancy Fix Anderson
Her Father's Daughter, Her People's Sister
Women in Power in Nicaragua - Michelle A Saint-Germain
Myth and Reality
Indira Gandhi and the Exercise of Power - Jana Everett
Golda Meir - Seth Thompson
A Very Public Life
Perónisma - Sara J Weir
Isabel Perón and the Politics of Argentina
Margaret Thatcher and the Politics of Conviction Leadership - Michael A Genovese
Women as National Leaders - Michael A Genovese
What Do We Know?
Women as National Leaders - Patricia Lee Sykes
Patterns and Prospects