He called himself the "king fish" and a served as a governor of louisiana and then as united states senator. he has great political power and developed "share our wealth." he was assassinated in september 1935 at the louisiana capitol in baton rouge.
1.franklin delano roosevelt
2. mary mcleod bethune
3. harry hopkins
4. eleanor roosevelt
5. amelia earheart
6. dr. francis e. townsend
7. father charles coughlin
8. john l. lewis
9. frances perkins
10. harold l. ickes
11. huey long
Amelia Earhart she was an American aviator who set many flying records and championed the advancement of women in aviation. She became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, and the first person ever to fly solo from Hawaii to the U.S. mainland.
Correct answer is: both Anne O'Hare McCormick (who was a journalist who worked as a news correspondent and also the first woman who won a Pulitzer Prize) and Amelia Earhart (who was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean) were pioneers in fields that were male-dominated.
she flew a plane and she had something to do with woman rights, but then she died making her way across the world in her plane
They both excelled in male-dominated professions - APEX :)
were pioneers in fields that were male-dominated.
leonardo was the supreme renaissance painter, scientist, inventor, and polymath. da vinci is widely regarded as one of the greatest minds the world has ever produced. he was interested in everything from music to art and science. da vinci was an immense creative force at the start of the renaissance period. amongst his many works was the immortal painting – the mona lisa.
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