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George Mannes in Times Square interviewing people for MONEY

For many Americans, the presidency of the United States represents the ultimate glass ceiling, and the possibility that Hillary Clinton might be elected president means that the ultimate American glass ceiling might be broken.

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One week before the election, Money took to the streets of Manhattan to ask a cross-section of people what effect that a Clinton presidency might have on other glass ceilings in other workplaces around the country.

But, as one participant pointed out, another glass ceiling in American culture was broken not so long ago, and we shouldn't forget about the importance of that one.