Mystery Person #1
- Clue 1. My political career began when I rang doorbells for Barry Goldwater‘s 1964 presidential campaign in my Chicago suburb.
- Clue 2. I went to Yale Law School, where I met my future husband.
- Clue 3. I tried to tackle health care reform in early ’90s.
- Clue 4. I was the first female U.S. Senator from New York.
- Clue 5. I am now the highest-ranking woman official in U.S. history.
Mystery Person #2
- Clue 1. Before becoming my country’s leader in 1979, I had a seat in Parliament and served as minister for education and science.
- Clue 2. I provoked outrage by getting rid of the free milk program in schools.
- Clue 3. As British prime minister, I tried to reduce the role of government, dismantle the welfare state and privatize many nationalized industries.
- Clue 4. They called me the “Iron Lady.”
- Clue 5. When I resigned in 1990, I had served longer than any other British prime minister in the 20th century.
Mystery Person #3
- Clue 1. I was an opponent of both liquor and slavery, and formed the Women’s Loyal League to eliminate the latter.
- Clue 2. My political goals expanded when I met Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and we started our women’s suffrage organization.
- Clue 3. In the 1872 presidential election, I was arrested for trying to cast a ballot, and refused to pay the $100 fine.
- Clue 4. I died in 1906, 14 years before my goal would be achieved.
- Clue 5. I was the first woman to appear on one-dollar coins.
Mystery Person #4
- Clue 1. I was the daughter of a Prussian prince.
- Clue 2. I married the Czar of Russia and decided to run his country myself.
- Clue 3. I was pen pals with Voltaire.
- Clue 4. My “enlightened” monarchy helped bring Parisian refinement to Moscow.
- Clue 5. I am known for increasing the political power of Russia in the 1700s.