by Joel K. Goldstein
Walter Mondale's choice of Representative Geraldine Ferraro as his running mate in 1984 opened the major parties' general election tickets to women for the first time. Will Joe Biden's campaign fulfill that promise this year?
by Richard Moe
“We told the truth, we obeyed the law, we kept the peace and we championed human rights.”
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Walter Mondale and Joe Biden
SOURCE: Washington Post
Mondale was recognized as one of the most prominent political spouses of her era.
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