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    Fascinating!

    I could not put this book down. Victoria Woodhull was the first women to testify in front of Congress, first female stockbroker, and first woman to run for President of the Unites States. And yet we hear nothing about her because her ideas were so "radical" and "controversial" at the time. The love story between her and handsome Civil War general James Blood is powerful. The supporting characters of her scandalous and loose sister Tennessee, the moderate Susan B. Anthony, the religious leader Henry Ward Beecher, and the Congressman Benjamin Butler, not to mention wealthy robber baron Commodore Vanderbilt are all intriguing in their own right. This is a must-read book, not only for the romance, but also for the insights into our own history. And well researched.
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    Learned so much!

    I loved to learn about this hidden history. Such a strong, intelligent woman. Written in a lively way that kept my attention.
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    Renegade Queen

    This is a remarkable story. I had never heard of Victoria Woodhull and thought initially that this wasa work of fiction. Not so. A fascinating glimpse into the struggle for suffrage. When you hear of voter apathy, it is time to revisit the history of the franchise.
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