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Leadership Paper - In November 2008, America tuned into,...

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In November 2008, America tuned into, what is being considered as, one of the most historic election races in the history of the United States. The world watched as contenders for the job of United States President put their bid and no one was surprised when Senator Hilary Rodham Clinton put in her Presidential bid. Many believed that she was going to run and were excited to learn about the previous First Lady’s vision for the United States. Throughout the historical race, Senator Clinton’s race became synonymous with women’s rights as much as President Barack Obama’s race became synonymous with African Americans. Although she didn’t become the President of the United States, she did become the Secretary of State and has plans to lead the United States to a more peaceful coexistence with other countries. Senator Clinton is just one example of many women in leadership roles today. Women in many countries all over the world are taking leadership positions as the world transitions to a more universally accepting place. But women leaders are not a new
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