Hillary rodhams hidden thesis
How well is the food stamp program implemented in Rhode Island? She is smart, skilled, experienced in seeking and wielding power.
It also is telling. The days of liberal establishment central planning as a plausible means for the betterment of the human condition are over. There she was a National Merit Finalist and was voted, "most likely to succeed".
She received, and declined, a job offer from the premier anti-establishment populist of our epoch, Saul Alinsky. For years, it was under lock and key in the Wellesley archives while the Clintons were in the White House, but was quietly made available to the public in However, she was upset by the way Richard Nixon's campaign portrayed Rockefeller and by what she perceived as the convention's "veiled" racist messages, and she left the Republican Party for good.
And it undermines personal dignity. Despite indeed because of having spent all of her adult life in the public eye, she also is guarded. This is your chance to decide before the political spin machines get their hands on it. She is smart, skilled, experienced in seeking and wielding power. Or something more? House of Representatives in his home state. He believed you could change the system only from the outside. Yet after 45 years in public life, including positions of great prestige and power — First Lady of Arkansas and of the United States, United States Senator, Secretary of State — there is little evidence that she materially has advanced her existential objective, social transformation. The difference is that Alinsky really believes in them and recognizes the necessity of changing the present structures of our lives in order to realize them. The suppression of the thesis from to at the request of the Clinton White House was documented in March by reporter Dedman, who read the thesis at the Wellesley library and interviewed Rodham's thesis adviser. There we encounter the voice of a precocious, erudite and witty prodigy. Alinsky, in his writings and deeds, was an explicit anti-communist. This matters. A few weeks ago, a journalism student named Dorian Davis contacted me to see if I was interested in looking at it.
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