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  • In this Tuesday, Sept. 18, 1984 file picture, Democratic vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro holds up a document claiming President Ronald Reagan has failed to support a single arms control agreement which six previous U.S. presidents have. Ms. Ferraro, addressing the Young Lawyers, Division of the Philadelphia Bar Association said Reaganís policies have led to an ěarms control gridlockî that does not reduce the risk of nuclear war. The first woman to run for U.S. vice president on a major party ticket has died. Geraldine Ferraro was 75. A family friend said Ferraro, who was diagnosed with blood cancer in 1998, died Saturday, March 26, 2011 at Massachusetts General Hospital.

      In this Tuesday, Sept. 18, 1984 file picture, Democratic vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro holds up a document claiming President Ronald Reagan has failed to support a single arms control agreement which six previous U.S. presidents have. Ms. Ferraro, addressing the Young Lawyers, Division of the Philadelphia Bar Association said Reaganís policies have led to an ěarms control gridlockî that does not reduce the risk of nuclear war. The first woman to run for U.S. vice president on a major party ticket has died. Geraldine Ferraro was 75. A family friend said Ferraro, who was diagnosed with blood cancer in 1998, died Saturday, March 26, 2011 at Massachusetts General Hospital.
    Associated Press

  • In this Thursday, March 13, 2008 file picture, former vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro address attendees at the Women's Summit 2008 on the Bryant University campus in North Smithfield, R.I. T

      In this Thursday, March 13, 2008 file picture, former vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro address attendees at the Women's Summit 2008 on the Bryant University campus in North Smithfield, R.I. T
    Associated Press

  • This Friday, May 4, 2007 picture shows former Democratic vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro during a news conference before a fundraising lunch hosted by U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., in Chicago. The first woman to run for U.S. vice president on a major party ticket has died. Geraldine Ferraro was 75. A family friend said Ferraro, who was diagnosed with blood cancer in 1998, died Saturday, March 26, 2011 at Massachusetts General Hospital.

      This Friday, May 4, 2007 picture shows former Democratic vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro during a news conference before a fundraising lunch hosted by U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., in Chicago. The first woman to run for U.S. vice president on a major party ticket has died. Geraldine Ferraro was 75. A family friend said Ferraro, who was diagnosed with blood cancer in 1998, died Saturday, March 26, 2011 at Massachusetts General Hospital.
    Associated Press

  • In this Thursday, Oct. 11, 1984 file picture, Vice-President George H. Bush, left, shakes hands with Democratic vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro before the beginning of their debate in Philadelphia.

      In this Thursday, Oct. 11, 1984 file picture, Vice-President George H. Bush, left, shakes hands with Democratic vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro before the beginning of their debate in Philadelphia.
    Associated Press

  • In this Aug. 21, 1984 file picture, Geraldine Ferraro explains the finances of herself and husband during a news conference in the Queens borough of New York.

      In this Aug. 21, 1984 file picture, Geraldine Ferraro explains the finances of herself and husband during a news conference in the Queens borough of New York.
    Associated Press

  • In this Wednesday, Aug. 1, 1984 file picture, Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro gives the thumbs-up sign to a crowd of supporters in downtown Jackson, Miss. as Walter Mondale and Ferraro kicked off their 1984 campaign in this Southern city. Behind Ferraro are Mondale, state Rep. Robert Clark and former Gov. William Winter.

      In this Wednesday, Aug. 1, 1984 file picture, Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro gives the thumbs-up sign to a crowd of supporters in downtown Jackson, Miss. as Walter Mondale and Ferraro kicked off their 1984 campaign in this Southern city. Behind Ferraro are Mondale, state Rep. Robert Clark and former Gov. William Winter.
    Associated Press

  • In this Thursday, July 19, 1984 file picture, Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale, center, and his running mate Geraldine Ferraro, right, wave from the podium at the conclusion of the final session of the Democratic National Convention in San Francisco, Calif. In background are Mondale's children, from left, Eleanor Mondale, Ted Mondale and William Mondale.

      In this Thursday, July 19, 1984 file picture, Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale, center, and his running mate Geraldine Ferraro, right, wave from the podium at the conclusion of the final session of the Democratic National Convention in San Francisco, Calif. In background are Mondale's children, from left, Eleanor Mondale, Ted Mondale and William Mondale.
    Associated Press

  • In this Thursday, July 19, 1984 file picture, Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale, center, and his running mate Geraldine Ferraro, right, wave from the podium at the conclusion of the final session of the Democratic National Convention in San Francisco, Calif. In background are Mondale's children, from left, Eleanor Mondale, Ted Mondale and William Mondale.

      In this Thursday, July 19, 1984 file picture, Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale, center, and his running mate Geraldine Ferraro, right, wave from the podium at the conclusion of the final session of the Democratic National Convention in San Francisco, Calif. In background are Mondale's children, from left, Eleanor Mondale, Ted Mondale and William Mondale.
    Associated Press

  • This Tuesday, Aug. 21, 1984 file picture shows Geraldine Ferraro at a news conference in New York. A spokesperson said Saturday, March 26, 2011 that Ferraro, the first woman to run for vice president, has died at 75.

      This Tuesday, Aug. 21, 1984 file picture shows Geraldine Ferraro at a news conference in New York. A spokesperson said Saturday, March 26, 2011 that Ferraro, the first woman to run for vice president, has died at 75.
    Associated Press

 

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