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    Michelle Obama Biography

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    “You’re Incredible, Mrs. Michelle Obama" If I can have a sit down at Starbucks with anyone in the world it will be with First Lady Michelle Obama. I have seen Michelle Obama on newspaper, television screen, you will know she is a significant woman to the United States. Everyone know she is the President wife, she is America royalty. I would first ask First Lady Michelle about her biography if you didn’t know Michelle Obama is the forty fourth first lady of the United States. She is also the wife of President Barack Obama who is the president of the United States of America. However she is not only a First Lady but if you didn’t know Michelle was a lawyer first. Michelle Obama work in Chicago and found a job as the City administrator and community…

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    the most highly regarded women in her time as first lady because she had great leadership skills that showed other women what they could do for their country, without actually…

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    Eleanor Roosevelt is best known for her role as First Lady of the United States and wife of former president Franklin D. Roosevelt. Eleanor Roosevelt is remembered as one of the most active First Ladies in addition to the longest serving one, presiding during the Great Depression and World War II. Roosevelt was a renowned social and political activist, philanthropist, journalist, educator, and diplomat. Throughout her tenure as First Lady, and in the decades to follow Roosevelt helped found the…

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    Michelle Obama

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    the 44th president of the united states of america. She went to harvard.How did she become famous:She became famous for the broMichelle LaVaughn Robinson was born on January 17, 1964, in Chicago, Illinois, to parents Marian and Fraser Robinson. Although Fraser’s modest pay as a city-pump operator led to cramped living in their South Shore bungalow, the Robinsons were a close-knit family, with Michelle and older brother Craig pushed to excel in school. Both children skipped the second grade, and…

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    First Lady Michelle Obama has had to deal not only with the stereotypes of African American Women in the United States, but she has also had to deal with the legacies of the previous First Ladies. The role of First Lady has evolved tremendously over the past one hundred plus years. It evolved from a largely ceremonial role to that of policy advocating and campaigning. For example, “[d]uring the 2008 presidential campaign [Michelle] was asked about what kind of First Lady would I be, or which…

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    " The First Lady role is really difficult. It has no job description... you have to create it yourself."- Hillary Clinton (Wells 67). From Dolley Madison and her new sense of style to Michelle Obama and her role in creating policies, each First Lady has influenced something, however some had a larger impact than others. In early American History, the idea of the first lady was just about presenting a pretty face, but some outstanding women proved that stereotype wrong. Whether it was Eleanor…

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    Kennedy's Image Analysis

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    behind them, still in shock and disbelief of what has just transpired. The image, iconic in its meaning to often shows the dramatic Shakespearean tragedy known as the Kennedy’s, a family full of power, and prominence but time, and time again tarnished by tragedy. Through simple observation one would look and see the sheer emotion of the moment, Mrs. Kennedy, shell shocked after just witnessing the man she loves being gun down in his prime, Johnson well aware of the situation, knowing he must…

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    Although she may have sustained the flu here or there, there are no known illnesses that may have impaired Nancy’s sensory or motor capacities. After her adoption by her father Loyal, it can be noted that they were a high income family, meaning Nancy and her brother received adequate nutrition in order for a ‘normal’ physical development to occur. Conversely, in mid-life Nancy experienced some major health issues. When she was 66, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent a mastectomy.…

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    This resulted in Martha and Abigail’s influence to continue over their husbands, but for Martha’s influence over Abigail to begin, as Abigail would later follow in Martha’s footsteps as First Lady. Abigail was noted that Martha’s behavior as the First Lady “made her ‘the object of veneration and respect.’” Martha would come to set the stage for all First Ladies to the country, making it a position of poise, gentility and respect. In a letter between Abigail and Martha, Martha expresses her…

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    Persuasive Speech Analysis - Hillary Clinton Speech in Beijing (1995) On September 5th, 1995, Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered the famous line, " human rights are women 's rights and women rights are human rights once for all" (Clinton) during the U.N conferences set in Beijing, China. During her time as the first lady, Hillary Clinton gave this speech on Women Rights as it was leading concern to her. Furthermore, the historical significance, delivery, organization, and persuasive…

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