Last night in the city of Brotherly Love, history was made. Hillary Clinton officially accepted her party's nomination at the Democratic National Convention, making her the first woman to be nominated to lead a major party.
The candidate didn't dwell too much on gender last night, however. She talked about her personal background, her work with kids, her travels around the world as Secretary of State.
She also appeared thoroughly impressed by the pyrotechnical portion of the evening.
Take Two put that question to Rachel Van-Sickle Ward. She's a professor of political science at Pitzer College.
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