Definition of Margaret Chase Smith from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


Margaret Chase Smith

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(1897-1995) the first US woman elected to both the US House of Representatives (1940-49) and the US Senate (1949-73). She was also, in 1964, the first woman to be named by a major political party as a possible candidate for US President. Smith was a member of the Republican Party from Maine.