Last week, we asked eNews readers about U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew’s statement about a woman being featured on a redesigned $10 bill in 2020. We asked: Do you agree with this decision?

Most readers (74%) answered no, 18% weren’t sure, and 8% said yes.


“No, unless she is a deceased president or statesperson.”

“It's about time! In the 21st century, we are still far too much of a male-dominated society. Women must be recognized for their many contributions.”

“She would be better on the $20 bill, rather than replacing Hamilton on the $10, who was major force in starting U.S. financial system.”

“Maybe, only if it is Eleanor Roosevelt; otherwise, Martin Luther King, Jr.”