Managing the Dukakis Campaign
SUSAN ESTRICH
TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1990

The Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum is pleased to
sponsor Susan Estrich as the next speaker in the
"Women of the 1990s" series. Ms. Estrich was the first
woman to chair a national presidential campaign, and
will share with us her experiences in the Dukakis
campaign.

After graduating from Wellesley College, Ms. Estrich
attended Harvard Law School, where she became the
first woman president of The Harvard Law Review. Ms.
Estrich's legal career has since followed a varied and
prestigious path. She worked as a law clerk for U.S.
Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, and has
taught as a tenured professor at Harvard Law School.
Ms. Estrich was responsible for long-term policy development as Sen. Edward Kennedy's special assistant,
and also worked on his 1980 presidential campaign. As
senior policy adviser to the Mondale-Ferraro Campaign,
Ms. Estrich acted as adviser on domestic policy issues.
Ms. Estrich's numerous publications include the books
Real Rape (1987) and Dangerous Offenders: The Elusive Target of Justice (1985), and the articles,
"Sexual Justice" (1984) and "Abortion Politics: Writing for an
Audience of One" (1989). Currently Estrich is a professor of
law at the University of Southern California Law
Center, and is a pro-choice activist who has co-written legal briefs for three abortion rights cases, two of which
are now before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Please join us for Ms. Estrich's 7:00 lecture, which will
follow a 5:30 reception and 6:00 dinner. To reserve your
place at the CMC dinner, return the enclosed reservation form to the Athenaeum. Please note that this
dinner is open only to the CMC community; everyone is
welcome to attend the 7:00 address in McKenna
Auditorium.