** FILE ** In this March 6, 2008 file photo pioneering feminist author Gloria Steinem speaks at a news conference in New Orleans. Commenting on the presidential race between Sen.s Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton Steinem said, "For 35 years people have been asking me if there will be a female president, and I have always said, 'not in my lifetime,' I still feel that way. The patterns of history are that, at the upper levels, we see different varieties of men first. The female comes later."  (AP Photo/Judi Bottoni, File)
** FILE ** In this March 6, 2008 file photo pioneering feminist author Gloria Steinem speaks at a news conference in New Orleans. Commenting on the presidential race between Sen.s Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton Steinem said, "For 35 years people have been asking me if there will be a female president, and I have always said, 'not in my lifetime,' I still feel that way. The patterns of history are that, at the upper levels, we see different varieties of men first. The female comes later." (AP Photo/Judi Bottoni, File) ASSOCIATED PRESS
** FILE ** In this March 6, 2008 file photo pioneering feminist author Gloria Steinem speaks at a news conference in New Orleans. Commenting on the presidential race between Sen.s Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton Steinem said, "For 35 years people have been asking me if there will be a female president, and I have always said, 'not in my lifetime,' I still feel that way. The patterns of history are that, at the upper levels, we see different varieties of men first. The female comes later." (AP Photo/Judi Bottoni, File) ASSOCIATED PRESS

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