The Absolutely Badass First Female U.S. Presidential Candidate

In this episode of The Brain Food Show, we start by looking at the first woman in the United States to cast a political vote who for reasons we’ll get into did it with her feet…

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Up next we get into the meat of the episode about one of the most badass and colorful women in American history who rose from a childhood of poverty to becoming, among other awesome accomplishments, the first female stock broker on Wall Street and most notable to the story at hand today, also the first woman to run for President in the United States.

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  • Do not get rid of the intro music. Do. not.

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