The World: Two Strong Women Speak


Indira: "Difficult Stage"

Of all the women in the modern world, few have achieved the special status of Indira Gandhi and Golda Meir. As national leaders, they have proved to be as headstrong and capable of wielding power as any male President, Premier or potentate on the modern scene. Each in her own way is a superb diplomat, and has when necessary gone to war to make the point that her country will not be dominated or threatened by its neighbors. In other respects, however, they are as different as their...

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