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This Week in History: July 17-23
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Geraldine Ferraro Speaks at the 1984 Democratic National Convention
July 19, 1984: Accepting the Vice Presidential nomination, Ferraro says, "America is the land where dreams can come true for all of us."
Barbara Mikulski Stumps for Democrats in 1984
The then congresswoman introduced vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro at a Philadelphia event.
Mario Cuomo on Democrats: 'There's Treasure in Our Legacy'
The New York governor speaks with reporters after delivering his keynote speech at the 1984 DNC.
This Week in History
This Week in History America Lost a President, a Founding Father and a Cherished Space Program
This Week in History: March 25-29
Check out some of the most important political events that happened this week in history. March 25 1931: Ida B. Wells-Barnett, a former slave who became an activist and early proponent of civil rights, died on this day. She was journalist whose main cause was to do away with the practice of
US Female Senators Make History
Diane Sawyer's exclusive interview with the women who make up the Senate's largest female class.
20 Female Senators Sworn in on Capitol Hill
But across the capitol, a milestone in history. One after the hour, women were sworn in as senators. For the first time ever, 20 u.S. Senators in all and they were lawyers, ranchers, a former governor. They are also mothers. A total of 40 children and stepchildren, as senator kirsten gillibrand
TRANSCRIPT: Female Senators Sit Down With Diane Sawyer
DIANE SAWYER HOSTS A ROUNDTABLE WITH FEMALE SENATORS DIANE SAWYER: Senator Mikulski, 20 in this room. What does it mean to you? SENATOR BARBARA MIKULSKI: Diane, I can't tell you the joy that I feel in my heart to look at these 20 gifted and talented women from two different parties, different zip
Vice Presidential Debate Shockers: Eight Moments We'll Never Forget
Sarah Palin asks Joe Biden, 'Can I Call You Joe?' (2008) As the 2008 vice presidential candidates took the stage, a record 70 million Americans watching, Palin shook Biden's hand and asked if he wouldn't mind being called, "Joe." But why? Was Palin just being friendly… or was it something else, a