George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Hamilton, Benjamin Franklin — these people have a number of things in common. They are all famous U.S. figures. (No, they were not all U.S. presidents.) Their faces are all on U.S. currency. And they are all men. Indeed, all U.S. paper currency notes bear the faces of American forefathers
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“Hello, everybody,” came the voice from behind me. It sounded familiar. And the next thing I know President Barack Obama is slapping me on the shoulder and sitting to my right. Just in case you’re wondering: No, this isn’t a typical day. I was sitting in a nondescript conference room in the Eisenhower Executive Office