Hillary Rodham Clinton

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  • Biography Of Hillary Rodham Clinton

    Hillary Rodham Clinton is the Democratic Candidate running for the position of the President of the United States. The former first lady born on October 26, 1947 in Chicago Illinois, has always been an active advocate of the party. As a young woman she campaigned for the then Republican candidate nominee Barry Goldwater in 1964 and after listening to a powerful speech by Reverend Martin Luther Ling Jr she entered into public service and became a Democrat in 1968. Hilary graduated from Yale University with a degree in Law and then studied at the Yale Child Study Center where she took courses on children and medicine. She married her classmate Bill Clinton in 1975. Bill Clinton went on to become the President of the United States in 1993. Hilary…

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  • Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton: American Politician

    Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton is an American Politician and this year’s Democratic Party candidate for the president of the United States. She was born on October 26, 1947 in Illinois. Her father, Hugh Ellsworth Rodham, managed a successful small business in the textile industry. Her mother is Dorothy Emma Howell and Secretary Clinton also has two younger brothers named Hugh and Tony Rodham. She played many sports as a child including swimming and baseball. She also participated in other…

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  • Hillary Rodham Clinton: Women's Fight For Human Rights

    Hillary stands in front of United Nation conference and declared, women’s rights, she told the world that “ women’s rights, were human rights”. It was more controversial than it sounds today. Many people in the United State government did not want Hillary to go to Beijing. Others wanted her to pick a lesser polarizing topic, as much as half the population did not like the idea. Hillary was determined to speak out about human rights abuses, and her message became a progress expression for a…

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  • Doggedness And Defiance Analysis

    him to pull off a ‘miracle’” Hillary Rodham Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. The article summarizes some of the major scandals and events involving Donald J. Trump, during his 2016 presidential campaign. It then draws the conclusion that Trump’s defiance is what enabled him to overcome the odds and be elected president. The article uses evidence which conflicts with how our political system works, by misrepresenting how miraculous and unexpected Trump’s victory was and inaccurately…

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  • Hillary Clinton Women's Rights Speech

    I. Introduction—lead in & background A. “This is truly a celebration, a celebration of the contributions women make in every aspect of life: in the home, on the job, in the community, as mothers, wives, sisters, daughters, learners, workers, citizens, and leaders.” B. “Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton (born October 26, 1947) is an American politician who served as the 67th United States Secretary of State under President Barack Obama from 2009 to 2013.” “The speech is considered to be influential…

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  • Courage During Wartime

    Most of the people in society have a fear of all the things that could go wrong in their life. Those fears are perfectly reasonable, however the people who become truly courageous are the ones that look at all of the great things that could happen if they step out of their comfort zone. As a reference, Hillary Clinton and Carl Blight wrote the following about Raoul Wallenberg in the New York Times, “Without concern for his own safety, he worked tirelessly to save thousands from certain death at…

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  • The Importance Of Public Social Websites

    where shy people get to finally speak their mind without their shyness being shown. Being able to finally speak for themselves helps them with their self-esteem. People all over the world can see their opinions and agree with them so that motivates them to maybe speak their minds a little better without fear. It may seem scary when there is pages that have a mysterious user around it but at the end of the day you don’t know if the person behind it has some serious issues with coming out as their…

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  • What Is Social Media Polarization

    the political realm. They always spur a sense of civic involvement and deepen the engagement with the political process. Emotional connections cause bonds to form. From personal experience, when a bond is formed with a person, it is extremely challenging to let it go. Candidates always use this simple fact to their advantage while campaigning for any form of political office. Candidates always represent themselves in a positive, uplifting manor. They understand that a poor representation on…

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  • Social Media And Social Depression

    and accelerated this trend.” (Ginsburg, Abu-Lughod, & Larkin 2002) This marked a change on how future political campaign would run. This effect was not impervious to the 2016 Presidential election as both leading candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were actively engaged in Social Media and the effects were evident. "Pew found that 20 percent of survey respondents say social media has altered their position on a political issue and 17 percent say it has changed their view of a specific…

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  • The Importance Of HIPPY

    At HIPPY USA’s 25th anniversary dinner in 2014, Clinton said, “It is now so wonderful to see so many people in so many walks of life talking about early childhood, talking about the importance of parents, particularly mothers, as a child’s first teacher.” Clinton recognized, then, the positive attributes of HIPPY, which have been reinforced by international studies that show the model “to be effective in improving school readiness, parent involvement, school attendance, classroom behavior and…

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