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Around globe, women leaders rise to the pandemic challenge
by Sara Miller Llana, Staff writer and Dominique Soguel, Special correspondent
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3 August 2020
On 3 August 2020 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
A century after American women won the right to vote, women represent just a fraction of the world's leadership but a disproportionate number of those who tackled the virus swiftly and successfully. Their capacity to combine emotional sensitivity with straight talk, and to listen to science and shift course as needed, has spurred conversation globally on whether women have an edge when tackling the kind of chaos the pandemic unleashed.
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