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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Connie Lindsey
Backed by 100 years of experience, Girl Scouts are unleashing a campaign to ensure that girls will strive harder to become captains of industry.
"Balanced leadership" means breaking down barriers that impede women from rising to their full potential, so everyone can work together for the nation's prosperity, Connie Lindsey, the Girl Scouts' national president, said at the Tuesday event.
"This isn't about girls over boys," she added.