Lynne Cheney: Is A Career A Conflict?

Lynne Cheney has never cared for the niceties of politics. Brash, outspoken and proud of her prickly intelligence, she has written five books, co-hosted CNN's Crossfire, chaired the National Endowment for the Humanities and consistently enraged liberals with her conservative views on feminism, education and political correctness. So it's only natural that the wife of Vice President-elect Dick Cheney is again breaking into new territory and raising some eyebrows. After a temporary leave of absence from her career during the campaign, Cheney last week announced that she will do what no presidential or vice-presidential spouse has done before: she will work...

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