Rebecca Traister on Clinton: ‘Single Women May Not Be Looking for a Feminist Hero’

‘They may just want their affordable college, higher wages, and paid sick days’

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BRZEZINSKI: “Rebecca says, the single American woman is the most powerful voter of 2016, particularly among Democrats. Her article reads in part this: ‘Single women may not be looking for a feminist hero; they may just want their affordable college, higher wages, and paid sick days. … The question, in this year of the single woman, is whether the first truly plausible female presidential candidate can recognize how much her constituency has changed and capitalize on these changes, or if she will get overtaken by this growing group of independent women voters responding to more optimistic promises.’”

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