65 minutes | May 29, 2020

"You oughta be talking to the waitresses" [Christina Wolbrecht interview]

Christina Wolbrecht, professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame and author, most recently, of A Century of Votes for Women with Kevin Corder, talks with Jared about the political mobilization of women over the last hundred years, and how women may use their political power over the next few months of the US general election.  Segment 1: Edwardians playing golf Segment 2: Masc vs Mask - gender (& race) and political power Segment 3: Having it all: women in politics Segment 4: Women leaders: how do they compare? Segment 5: "You oughta be talking to the waitresses" - voter demobilization in COVID-19 Segment 6: A perfect storm for voter suppression Segment 7: Women, Labor, and political power Segment 8: "Women have been the backbone for political movements" in US history Segment 9:  Emergency tikka masala Christina Wolbrecht on Twitter Full episodes, behind-the-scenes content, and other benefits are available to supporters of At The Table on Patreon. Host: Jared Rizzi [Twitter]
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