Unauthorized Biographical Analysis: The Very Political Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton

It Takes a Radical: The Very Political Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton (An Unauthorized Biographical Analysis)

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PROLOGUE:  I researched the follow­ing infor­ma­tion and recorded it as a 4 part series about the 2016 presump­tive Democ­ra­tic Presi­den­tial Candi­date, Hillary Rodham Clinton. I am offer­ing it today, as a 5,500 word essay, because, with many still insist­ing that, despite all of the contro­versy concern­ing the impro­pri­ety involv­ing her handling of Top Secret E-mails while Secre­tary of State, that she still remains the inevitable Democ­ra­tic Candi­date for Presi­dent in the Elections of Novem­ber 2016,  I feel that it is imper­a­tive to share this infor­ma­tion in a form where it will be easy for you , gentle readers, to share with your friends and family. 

She is presently the Front-runner for the Democ­ra­tic Nomina­tion as their Candi­date for the Presi­dency. Even though, she is constantly attempt­ing to present herself as a “Moder­ate” Democ­rat, and “Woman of the People”, as a  linch­pin of her Campaign Strat­egy, the story of her life reveals someone quite differ­ent.


Hillary Clinton 1On October 26, 1947, Hillary Diane Rodham entered this world in Chicago, Illinois.Hillary Rodham, the oldest daugh­ter of Hugh Rodham, a prosper­ous fabric store owner, and Dorothy Emma Howell Rodham, was raised in Park Ridge, Illinois, a quaint little suburb located 15 miles north­west of downtown Chicago.
Hillary has two younger broth­ers, Hugh Jr. (born 1950) and Anthony (born 1954).In her youth, the future Democ­rat was active in young Repub­li­can groups, even campaign­ing for the 1964 Repub­li­can Presi­den­tial Nominee, Barry Goldwater.According to Hil, she was inspired to work in some form of public service after hearing the Reverend Martin Luther King speak in Chicago.
She became a Democ­rat in 1968.The young ingenue attended Welles­ley College, where she was active in student politics, being elected Senior Class Presi­dent before she gradu­ated in 1969.
After that, Hilary enrolled in Yale Law School, where she met Bill “Bubba” Clinton.  Afer gradu­at­ing with honors in 1973, she then enrolled at Yale Child Study Center, where she took courses on children and medicine and completed one post-graduate year of study, which explains her whole “It takes a village” philosophy.
While a college student, Hillary worked several summer jobs. In 1971, she arrived in Washing­ton, D.C. to work on U.S. Senator Walter Mondale’s sub-committee on migrant workers. The next summer found her out west, working for the campaign of Democ­ra­tic presi­den­tial nominee George McGovern.Then, in the spring of 1974, Rodham became a member of the presi­den­tial impeach­ment inquiry staff, advis­ing the Judiciary Commit­tee of the House of Repre­sen­ta­tives during the Water­gate Scandal.
Her boss back then, Jerry Zeifman, now-retired general counsel and chief of staff of the House Judiciary Commit­tee, tells a very reveal­ing story concern­ing her work there.According to Zeifman, a lifelong Democ­rat, Hillary got a job working on the inves­ti­ga­tion at the behest of her former Yale Law Profes­sor, Burke Marshall, also Sen. Ted Kennedy’s chief counsel in the Chappaquid­dick affair.

When the Water­gate Inves­ti­ga­tion was over, Zeifman fired Hillary from the commit­tee staff and refused to give her a letter of recom­men­da­tion. That made the Future First Lady and Secre­tary of State one of only three people who earned that badge of dishonor in Zeifman’s 17-year career.

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