In 1872, Victoria Woodhull, a stockbroker, publisher, and protégé of Cornelius Vanderbilt, ran for president of the United States on the Equal Rights Party ticket. She was only thirty-three years old, too young to meet the constitutionally-mandated age requirement of thirty-five for the presidency, when nominated.


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