Hillary Rodham Clinton is set to make history this week as the first woman presidential nominee of a major political party, a milestone all but unthinkable a generation ago. Though she wasn’t an early women’s rights activist, Clinton was fortunate to come of age just as the modern feminist movement was beginning to expand opportunities for women in the workplace—and in politics.
/100 women senators
/435 women representatives
For every dollar that men earn,
women are paid
Women managers and professionals as a percentage of the total workforce