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    Having a Woman President

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    Having a Woman President It would be very reasonable for a woman to be president. Women are very strong in nature, determined and no less intelligent than men. The women have been repressed for a long period of history. Only recently have women started to gain respect as equals and individuals. However, even today they are still looked down upon for their gender. The power differential between men and women still manifests itself in our society. Although men are considered to be the stronger

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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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    Mary Whiton Calkins

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    Mary Whiton Calkins Mary Whiton Calkins, is best known for two things: becoming the first woman president of The American Psychological Association and being denied her doctorate from Harvard. However, these two aspects only make up a small portion of what she accomplished in her life. Her entire life was dedicated to her work, especially the development of her Psychology of selves. She founded an early psychology laboratory and invented the paired-associate technique. She passionately dove

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    ways today's society, even though women have come a long way, we still live in a patriarchal world. There are many examples of this in everyday life, whether it be that there aren't very many women CEO's or the mere fact that we've yet to have a woman president. No matter where you live, there is the presence of a male dominated world. It especially extends into the working fields. There are professions that are categorically 'women's' jobs like nursing, school teacher, or secretarial jobs. The rest

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    Gender

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    career choices available to her, a teacher, a nurse, or a secretary. So as the I was growing up my mother made sure that I knew that I could be whatever I wanted to be, when I grew up. With this belief in mind I set my goal as becoming the first woman President of the United States, but as I started to work towards this goal I realized that what she did not tell me about were the obstacles that I would have to overcome to succeed in a “man’s world”. There are three main barriers standing in a woman’s

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    a television legend, she was the first woman president of a major Hollywood studio—a studio she co-founded. This is the life and times of Lucille Ball. The eldest child of two, Lucille Désirée Ball was born August 6, 1911, in the small town of Celoron, New York, a suburb of Jamestown. Her father, Henry Durrell Ball, was a telephone lineman for the Bell Company, while her mother, Désirée (DeDe) Hunt, was often described as a lively and energetic young woman. While DeDe was pregnant with her second

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    This week a researched a paper based on a famous historical figure, Oprah Gail Winfrey was born on January 29, 1954. The reason why I choose this person on a famous Historical figure, Because she is a talk show host, Producer, actress, an American media proprietor and philanthropist. She is mostly known for her talk show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, from 1986 to 2011 she had the highest rated television program of its kind in

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    Important Presidents

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    The second President of the United States was John Adams, a lawyer and diplomat. Adam’s public career lasted more than 35 years. He was second only to George Washington in making a place for the young United States among the nations of the world. In his devotion to the country he was second to none. Adams was a federalist. He, like other federalists, believed in a strong central government. However, he was independent and decided issues for himself in the interests of his country and often

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    minister and the president elected separately, often from rival parties. Semi-presidential system of government provides cover for the president, provides the ability to remove an unpopular prime minister, and remain stable on the president because of fixed terms (Semi). The type of government of the United States is a representational democracy, based upon the organization of the government into three branches, the executive, law, and judicial. US has no prime minister but has one president to represent

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    should rule, if such a ruler is not wise enough to properly pay those who work beneath him he should not be allowed to rule. This man lacked the wisdom to properly pay, the courage to acknowledge the fault in his ways and the control to keep this woman from being unjustly arrested. He is not a ruler and he is definitely not Just.

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