Professor James Bosco
7 March 2014
The political world is a large “shark eat shark” world. Political participants and figureheads do not last by having a light heart or weak mental frame. There is more that fuels them forward in the political field. Many say that these political people have qualities that are cheap, low and cruel. They are accused of being cold-hearted, ruthless, and self-centered cutthroats. But those people do not rise to the top of the political atmosphere, a competitive and judgmental field, by just kissing babies. They achieve that level by possessing those “negative” characteristics and by possessing the ones society deems as good. Similar with other fields that feed society, such as business and economics, political figures are characters that are successful in their field and pave the way to future success for their parties, organizations, and their country. Fortunately, society encounters political actors who rise to be titans and occupy strong roles in government and reforms every so often. Over the past three to four decades America’s political spectrum has had it’s eyes on political titan Hillary Clinton. She is a woman that will go down in history for her strength, her wisdom, extensive accomplishments, and political executions that have taken place as well as the ones that have yet to take place in the future. She rose to be a political figurehead early on in her life and continued to rise as her impact on society and U.S. government became evident. Clinton’s accomplishments, defeated challenges, and wisdom in reforms and implementations are ones for the history books.
Hillary Rodham-Clinton was born October 26, 1941 in Chicago, Illinois (“Hillary Clinton,” 2014). Beginning her political career young, she got involved in Republican groups and campaigns while in high school (2014). After graduation she attended Wellesley College for her undergraduate, then subsequently attended Yale Law School
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