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Have Female Journalists Ended the Boys-on-the-Bus Era of Campaign Reporting?

from Vogue

A chartered plane is traversing the placid skies somewhere between St. Louis and Cleveland, carrying a woman bound for a rally, a five-state primary victory, and, as some would see it, her destiny. She is trailed by another plane packed with twelve women. The first woman is running for president. The other twelve are her press corps, here to record, question, and explain her every move. Their relationship is complicated, to say the least. It's a Saturday in mid-March, a few days before the Florida–Illinois–Missouri–Ohio–North Carolina primary, and Hillary Clinton has just finished addressing voters at a carpenters’ union in St. Louis. It was a standard stump speech, except that the former Secretary of State had emerged among crates and forklifts wearing leather — or what looked from afar like a white leather skirt paired with a structured black leather top. more

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