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Tanya Melich

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Tanya Melich is one of the founders of the modern women's political movement. She was born in Moab, Utah April 23rd, 1936 and co-founded the National Women's Political Caucus and was an early leader of the National Women's Education Fund, which focused on educating women in gaining political power. Melich attended every Republican National Convention from 1952 through 1996 except 1984. Melich served on the staffs of Nelson Rockefeller, Jacob Javits, Charles Goodell, and John Lindsay. In 1998, she left the Republican Party over women's issues. She coined the phrase, "Republican war against women." She now considers herself a Jeffords independent in the mold of the former U.S. Senator from Vermont.
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