http://www.pbs.org/now From a U.S. Senate race to the Presidential palace in Chile; from a team of high school debaters in New York City to the halls of Parliament in Rwanda, women are striving for power. But what drives them, and what unique contemporary challenges do they face? And why, with the success of people like Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin, does the U.S. lag so far behind the world in the percentage of women in political office? Watch this preview and excerpt of a NOW on PBS hour-long special "Women, Power and Politics" which airs September 19 (check local listings). For more, visit http://www.pbs.org/now
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