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Women in Parliament - Why are women poorly represented in parliament and other positions

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Women in Parliament

Why are women poorly represented in parliament and other positions of political leadership? How can this be changed?

Name some countries that have led in going well beyond the 30 percent mark often regarded as a critical mass among specialists on the subject.

Why does the United States rank so low (currently 66th) on such a scale?

And why have the United States women made greater breakthroughs to leadership positions in the economic and business sphere as well as in higher education than is true for some of the countries that lead in the political sphere?

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