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Influential Women In Politics Through History

Reigning over England for 63 years, Queen Victoria firmly established that one of the most efficient ways for a woman to attain political power was to be born into it and then not die for a very long time.

4/7/2021 8:30:00 PM

Reigning over England for 63 years, Queen Victoria firmly established that one of the most efficient ways for a woman to attain political power was to be born into it and then not die for a very long time.

Whether they served as powerful elected officials or as important figureheads behind the scenes, women have been key members of government since the dawn of time. Here are several influential women throughout history who shaped politics today as we know it.

Queen Victoria (1819-1901)Reigning over England for 63 years, Queen Victoria firmly established that one of the most efficient ways for a woman to attain political power was to be born into it and then not die for a very long time. Read more: The Onion »

Medusa could turn you to stone with her gaze but Queen Victoria’s look would make any man impotent It was such a successful idea that the Present Queen has used it to great effect. And plans to remain as Queen for a very very long time indeed. Us the citizens are as they say . . . Not Amused . . . This strategy was taken to heart by her great-great-granddaughter Lizzie 😂

Or be Putin and make a law that says he gets to rule for a few more years. It helped to come from a dysfunctional family that put her on the throne early. And it appears a dysfunctional family can be hereditary. Also, be so dumb that your Prime Ministers do all the work giving you all the credits. Not dying is the trick

You can't argue with that logic. Long live primogeniture! She did it the old fashioned way. Really No way really