Electing Hillary Rodham Clinton Analytical Essay by Research Group

Electing Hillary Rodham Clinton
A review of the election campaign of Hillary Clinton, to the Senate.
# 27240 | 3,742 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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This paper reviews the strategy used by Hillary Clinton in getting elected to the United States senate. The writer studies this historic episode because Hillary Rodham Clinton is the only first lady ever to run for such a high office, and this fact alone draws considerable media and other attention. The paper explores women in politics and leadership before looking specifically the the case of Hillary Clinton. The writer includes a background into her politics, family life and values. The paper then explores the needs of the state of New York and the ability of Clinton to meet those needs.

From the Paper:

"Hillary Rodham Clinton herself is a lightning rod for conservative and Republican political activists and for some voters, and this fact cannot be ignored. This is true not only because of a certain anger at the personal behavior of her husband but also because the Clintons have been demonized by the opposition since Bill Clinton was first elected President, and even before that in Arkansas. One might think that as the wronged wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton would gain more sympathy, but instead her status as victim is turned into a warped idea of how evil she and her husband are."

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