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    During the 1984 vice presidential debate, Democrat Geraldine Ferraro bristled at George H.W. Bush’s “patronizing attitude.” (Associated Press)


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    During the 1984 vice presidential debate, Democrat Geraldine Ferraro bristled at George H.W. Bush’s “patronizing attitude.” (Associated Press)


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    During the 1984 vice presidential debate, Democrat Geraldine Ferraro bristled at George H.W. Bush’s “patronizing attitude.” (Associated Press)


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    Former Vice President Walter F. Mondale (center) arrives for the funeral Mass in New York City for former vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro, his Democratic running mate in the failed 1984 campaign for the White House. (Associated Press)


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    Former vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro's casket is carried out of the Church of Saint Vincent Ferrer later Thursday. Mrs. Ferraro, 75, died Saturday of multiple myeloma, a form of blood cancer. (Associated Press)


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    Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale and running mate Geraldine Ferraro wave from the podium to convention delegates at the 1984 Democratic National Convention in San Francisco. Mrs. Ferraro died Saturday at age 75. The Democratic ticket was trounced by President Reagan, who was elected to a second term. Shown behind the Democratic candidates are Mr. Mondale's children, Eleanor, Ted and William (from left). (Associated Press)


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    Rep. Dan Rostenkowski, left, chats with former 1984 Democratic vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro during a campaign rally on Sunday, March 13, 1994 at Rostenkowski's campaign headquarters in Chicago, Illinois. Ferraro said she volunteered to campaign for Rostenkowski. (AP Photo/Fred Jewell)


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