Hillary Rodham Clinton on Stem Cell Research
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This paper discusses how Hillary, during her stint as New York Senator, showed her advocacy and commitment to science, and the field of stem cell in particular. The paper also looks at how, although she is currently the State Secretary whose responsibility does not cover science for the most part, her voice could lend an influential support to the future of stem cell research and medical applications.
From the Paper:"Hillary Rodham Clinton is the current and 67th United States Secretary of States, appointed by President Barack Obama following her defeat in the Democratic presidential nomination and Obama's victory in the November 2008 elections. She was the former First Lady of the 42nd US President William "Bill" Clinton. Born on October 26, 1947 in Park Ridge, Illinois, to Dorothy and Hugh Rodham, she exhibited academic excellence and love for sports and the church early on. As a political science student at Wellesley College, she combined participation in school governance with academic achievements. She spoke as Class President of her graduating class before attending Yale Law School in 1969. There, she served on the editorial board of the Yale Law Review and Social Action, and also first met her future husband Bill Clinton. After graduation, she became an adviser of the Children's Defense Fund in Cambridge before joining the Richard Nixon impeachment inquiry staff that gave advice to the House of Representative's Judiciary Committee. "
Sample of Sources Used:
- Hillary Clinton. 29 March 2009. Web. 1 July 2009. http://www.issue2008.com/campaign/candidates/hillary-clinton-candidates/
- First Ladies: Hillary Rodham Clinton. 29 March 2009. Web. 1 July 2009. http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/first_ladies/hillaryclinton/
- Nasaw, Daniel (2009). "US Scientists Relieved As Obama Lifts Ban on Stem Cell Research." 10 March 2009. The Guardian. Web. 1 July 2009. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/mar/10/obama-stem-cell-research.
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