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    Hillary Rodham Clinton

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    are given. One face that has been around for many years, but is not always talked about in the media is Hilary Clinton. Hillary is one face in our country that is both well-known politically and also publicly. Normally when writing a paper, particularly one that is a biography, the first inclination is to write about someone who is directly involved with current events. Hillary Clinton, while not a prominent part of our current governmental events, has been very active in past events and remains

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    The Amazing Hillary Rodham Clinton

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    Hillary Rodham Clinton used to mostly be known to the public as Bill Clinton’s wife and later his first-lady, but she had made a name for herself before and after Bill’s presidential run. In fact, her name often crops up in talks about the 2016 presidential race as someone who could possibly be the first woman President of the United States. Born Hillary Diane Rodham in Chicago, Illinois on October 16, 1947 as the first child to Dorothy Emma Howell and Hugh Ellsworth Rodham. A few years later she

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    Considering Hillary Rodham Clinton’s upbringing in the 1950’s suburban and very conservative town of Park Ridge, Illinois, it is difficult to imagine that it could have been such an influencing factor in her future liberal political identity. (Caroli 2014). Clinton came from a middle class family that valued hard work and self-reliance. Her father, Hugh Rodham was seen as a controversial, although influential figure in her life. As a strict Republican, Rodham was staunch in his values and was a dominant

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    Hillary Clinton was born in Chicago in 1947. Her life in politics began when she was very young with help from her teachers and parents. She was the first lady of Arkansas from 1979 to 1981 and again from 1983 to 1992. From 1992 to 2001 Hillary was the first lady of the United States when her husband Bill Clinton was the president of the United States. From 2001 to January 2009 Hillary worked from New York as the United States senator. On January 21st she assumed office as the 67th United States

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    “I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas, but what I decided to do was to fulfill my profession which I entered before my husband was in public life.” - Hillary Rodham Clinton. Hillary was born on October 26, 1947 to Hugh Rodham and Dorothy Rodham in Chicago, Illinois. She was raised in the suburban Park Ridge, Illinois along with her two younger brothers, Hugh Jr. and Anthony. She was raised in a very political and religiously conservative household, her parents being

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    As time passes, rumors concerning Hillary Clinton's decision to run for president have been soaring. Ever since she stepped down from her position as Secretary of State in 2013, Clinton has faced question after question about her plans for the future and her opinion on the presidency. Hillary Diane Rodham was born on October 26, 1947; she was born in Chicago, Illinois and was raised in the nearby town of Park Ridge. Throughout high school and college, she began her politically activity by working

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    The Woman in American Government

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    are becoming significant political figures. One female political figure that is very active in American Government today is Hillary Rodham Clinton. By far, Hillary Clinton is the most prevailing woman when it comes to American Government. She is unprecedented in paving ways for women to be more involved in the government. People often accredit her marriage to Bill Clinton for her involvement in the government, but even before and after her marriage, she was active in politics. Before making any

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    Hillary Rodham Clinton was born on October 26th, 1947 as Hillary Diane Rodham to parents Hugh Rodham and Dorothy Emma Howell Rodham in Chicago, Illinois. Hillary was raised in Park Ridge, Illinois, a picture perfect suburb located 15 miles northwest of Downtown Chicago. Hillary Rodham was the oldest daughter of Hugh Rodham, a wealthy fabric store owner, and Dorothy Emma Howell Rodham, Hillary has two younger brothers, Hugh Jr. (born in 1950) and Anthony (born in 1954). As a young woman, Hillary

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    Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton vs. Condoleeza Rice I believe that Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has the better chance of becoming the first woman president of the United States. She is a former First Lady and has had input in the decisions of the Clinton Administration. She worked hand in hand with former President Bill Clinton. She is very smart, a firm believer in her causes such as, helping everyday people, the underprivileged and minorities, etc. Hillary is very outspoken and her voice is heard

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    Hillary Rodham Clinton's autobiographical Living History does exactly what an autobiography is supposed to do. Keeping in mind that this book is not a substitute for history itself but merely the memoirs of the 42nd First Lady, Living History becomes a fascinating read marked by well-mannered eloquence and genuine emotion. This is not another feeble attempt to salvage Bill Clinton's reputation; this is the story about a woman of achievement; a story of an independent, strong-willed individual whose

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    Hilary Clinton

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    Hillary Rodham Clinton, born on October 26, 1946, is currently the 67th United States Secretary of State working under Barack Obamas presidency. Up until this year, she was the United States Senator for the state of New York, starting in 2001. Before becoming the Senator for New York, she served as the First Lady of the United States for 8 years, which came to an end in 2001 when her husband, Bill, had completed his second term as President. Hillary acted as the leading candidate for the Democratic

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    to everyday people. For example, Hillary Clinton didn’t start out rich, wealthy and famous. She was born a common woman. Before her fame she was an ordinary person. She was born on October 26, 1947, in Chicago Illinois and raised in Park Ridge, Illinois. She was the eldest daughter of her parents, Hugh Rodham and Dorothy Emma Howell Rodham (“Clinton” Worlds News Digest). Additionally, she went on to college at Yale University. There she met her husband, Bill Clinton. Soon after they were married they

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    Hillary Clinton

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    Hillary Clinton once said, "we must stop thinking of the individual and start thinking about what is best for society. She has stressed the importance of this quote by continuously trying to better the world. Clinton has taken part of many reforms, positions, and continues to promote equality for all. Throughout her life, she has helped with education, health care, and foreign affairs. Hillary Clinton was an influential woman in the twentieth and still is influential in this century. She has had

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    The Scarlet Letter

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    "The Scarlet Letter", by Nathaniel Hawthorne is a symbolic book that ventures into a realm of the human nature not explored by many. It deals with a silent predator that can upsurge any one of many unpleasant feelings and situations: adultery. The story takes place in colonial America, in a Puritan settlement in Boston, where beliefs and ideals are rather dissimilar to the ones that present day America shares. With the passing of time, cultures and traditions change. When looking back to compare

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    Hillary Clinton was born to World War II Navy veteran Hugh and housekeeper Dorothy Rodham. Raised in a middle-class suburb of Chicago, Illinois known as Park Ridge, Hillary was afforded an upbringing her parents never had access to in their youth. Her father ran a drapery business and she helped out whenever possible in addition to serving as a Brownie and Girl Scout. Hillary attended Wellesley and later Yale for her legal education, where she was among just twenty-seven women in her class. While

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    nineties President Clinton was on track to be one of America’s most successful Presidents. Not all American’s saw Clinton as a successful President, many were judgmental and believed that he was failing the American people. That is the argument that Richard Reeves will argue in his book Running in Place: How Bill Clinton Disappointed America. Though interviews and observations, Reeves breaks down Clinton’s leadership to argue that he failed the American people. Reeves observes Clinton all the way up

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    these candidates is Hillary Clinton. It is truly inspiring that just a mere ninety-five years ago the 19th amendment was passed, women had just received the right to vote and now they are able to run for president. Objectification, sexist comments, and unfair evaluation are all things that Hillary Clinton has to endure because she is a woman. Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton was born on October 26, 1947 in Chicago, Illinois. Hillary was born to Hugh E. Rodham and Dorothy Howell Rodham and also two brothers

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    are struggling with costs from college to health care.“I think we need to go after a company like Johnson Controls that is trying to avoid paying taxes after all of us bailed it out by pretending to sell itself in a so-called inversion in Europe,” Clinton said. This is a plan that would be agreeable with many supporters of even

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    Brittany Trecker American 1 Mrs. Latch May 2, 2017 Hillary Clinton: Her Legacy Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton was born on October 26 in 1947. She was born at Edgewater Hospital, a now abandoned hospital in the middle of the city of Chicago, Illinois. As the eldest of three children, Hillary always had a sense of responsibility over her two younger brothers. In 1953, she attended Eugene Field Elementary School in Park Ridge. In 1957, she moved to Ralph Waldo Emerson Middle School, where she flourished

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    Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton This year’s candidates have come down to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Most of America expected these two to make it to the end. They both are carried through this election mainly by their hate for each other and their drive to beat the other. Now it is all up to the candidates to put on a good show until elections in November. The 2016 Presidential election has many people on the edge with their vote due to the candidate’s many differences. Donald Trump was

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