Reality Check: A Women's View of the Economy on the Eve of the Election

Because this election is so important for the economy, women's equality, and the future of the arts, if you haven't voted yet, please consider reading one of more of the following on the Forbes Blog before you do:

A Women's View of the Economy on the Eve of the Election

After The Debate: The Facts on Where the Candidates Stand on Crucial Issues
 ("The absolute best story about women’s issues stemming from the second Presidential debate" according to the Columbia Journalism Review)

The Third Branch Holds Crucial Fruit for Women

I'm Meg Waite Clayton, and I approve these messages which, in the interest of full disclosure, are written by me. I've you've already voted, kudos to you!

I look forward to returning to my usual literary programming after this election is over. Or perhaps after I've completed my 12-step poll-checking withdrawal program. 

Meg Waite Clayton

Nationally bestselling author of The Four Ms. BradwellsThe Wednesday SistersThe Language of Light and the forthcoming The Wednesday Daughters (Random House/Ballantine, July 23, 2013)
"A must read ... Share [The Four Ms. Bradwells] with your mom. And your best friend." - The Chicago Examiner
 the center of Clayton’s satisfying third novel are strong characters we can relate to." - More Magazine



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