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Why do the Founding Fathers get all the credit? Journalist and bestselling author Cokie Roberts went to all-girls schools from K-12 then to college at Wellesley. In spite of this, she knew next to nothing about the role women played in the Revolution. “When we leave women out of history, we’re missing half the story and are leaving out a part of history that is incredibly inspiring to girls and young women,” says Cokie. Now in her new book: Founding Mothers, Roberts offers a new perspective as to the role played by our founding mothers. Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 when Al is joined by Cokie Roberts.