Posts Tagged ‘ Hillary ’

Hillary Clinton Ignited a Feminist Movement. By Losing. – The New York Times

Throughout her career, many women would view Mrs. Clinton as an imperfect vessel for the feminist cause. She was a Yale-educated lawyer who at the height of the 1970s women’s movement moved to Arkansas to put her own ambitions on hold in furtherance of her husband’s career. A refrain I’d often hear from voters on the 2016 campaign trail was that they were happy to vote for a woman, just not “that woman.”

But the roiling, messy, often painful progress made since Mr. Trump took office has recast Mrs. Clinton, who recently topped Gallup’s poll of most admired women. Her career brings to light the truth that there is no perfect vessel, that sooner or later, the harder we strive, the higher we climb, we all become that woman.

USA: ‘I am ready to come out of the woods’ – Clinton at Irish Women’s Society dinner – YouTube

Hillary’s Sixties Surge – Gail Sheehy – POLITICO Magazine

Hillary’s Sixties Surge – Gail Sheehy – POLITICO Magazine.