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Elizabeth Warren’s Rise Is Not Surprising

The Senator’s ultra-prepared, substantive campaign is typical for women competing in male-dominated fields

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Just two months ago, Elizabeth Warren was regarded as a “weak” candidate. She was, people said, too wonky, too nerdy, too wooden. Her unforced error in responding to Trump’s “Pocahontas” taunt — not only performing a…

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Jude Ellison S. Doyle

Jude Ellison S. Doyle

Author of “Trainwreck” (Melville House, ‘16) and “Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers” (Melville House, ‘19). Columns published far and wide across the Internet.

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