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Upheavals of war can create disruption that allows a breakthrough for women's leadership. Rwanda's women have been visionary pioneers, creating stability and reconciliation as genocidal chaos cracked open the culture, allowing an unexpected elevation of their leadership. The epilogue draws out lessons for the world from Rwanda's experience after genocide. It reflects on broad social changes and individual successes the author witnessed and recorded over many years of engagement in Rwanda, which overlapped with her work in other conflict areas. Interspersing views of outside policy makers, political icons, and women's activists, it highlights what is unique about this country's women...

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