Washington Week

Trailblazing woman in politics dreams of woman president

Clip: Season 2016 | 1m 18s | Video has closed captioning.

It's been a month since Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election and left the "highest, hardest glass ceiling" unshattered. But for the female politicians who blazed the trail before Clinton, they still dream of a woman serving in the Oval Office. Rosalind Wyman is one of them. The 84-year-old was once only the second woman to serve on the Los Angeles City Council.

Aired: 12/06/16

Rating: NR

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Washington Week came on the air February 23, 1967. In the 50 years that followed, we covered a lot of history-making events. Read up on 10 of the biggest stories Washington Week covered in its first 50 years.

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