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‘Notorious Victoria’ and Her Bid for the White House

The story of a remarkable woman far ahead of her time

Victoria Woodhull, c. 1870 via Wikimedia Commons.

No stranger to being the first woman to do something, Victoria Woodhull was the first female presidential candidate of the United States after being the first woman to own a brokerage on Wall Street, the first woman to address a congressional committee, and the first woman to start a…

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