By: Hillary Rodham Clinton
Source: Rodham Clinton, Hillary. "Women's Rights Are Human Rights: Remarks to the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women." September 5, 1995.
About the Author: Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947–) grew up in the Chicago area. She earned her bachelor's degree in political science at Wellesley College in 1969 and in 1973 completed a law degree at Yale University, where she began a relationship with fellow law student Bill Clinton. The two married in 1975 and lived in Clinton's native Arkansas, where he pursued a political career as she taught and practiced law. She served on several state boards related to health care, educational reform, and children's welfare. When her husband was elected president in 1992, she took on a policy role on health care and children's issues. In 2000, she became the only former First Lady to win office...
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