She has a clear stance on all things
American Governement 170: Profile Paper: Hilary Clinton When we first were asked to write about an American politicians, the first one that always come to my mind are Abraham Lincoln and Benjamin Franklin, because of all their achievement and characteristics as good politicians and charismatic human beings, but we need to write about a”living” politician of the nowadays United States. My choice is Hilary Clinton, a Candidate to presidency, who was a Secretary of State and a Senator before that. For me she is a strong woman, fighting men’s political battles and trying to create a balance in her personal life as a wife and mother. To Write about Hilary Clinton, I went through her husband biography, former president Bill Clinton, and even her daughter biography: Chelsea Clinton.
Victoria, who died nearly twenty years before Clinton was born, ran a path which no women before her dared to tread. What’s more amazing is that she did it more than 50 years before the 19th amendment was ratified in 1920, which gave women the right to vote. Victoria ran as part of the Equal Rights Party, which supported equal rights for women and women’s suffrage. Victoria, who shattered the glass ceiling for the many that would come after her, never cared for rules or regulations of a game she considered egregiously rigged against women. Her attitude towards the rules and regulations of society relates her to Equality
She also exemplifies that if women want to make a change , they should be given the chance to make a difference without having men in their way. All things considered, Truth is appointing that women do work as hard as all men, and women are able to make a
Today, millions of women can implement their rights to vote in all elections in the united states of America, but this (rights) did not come easily to those women who sacrifice their lives to make this happen. In the speech “Address to Congress on Women’s Suffrage”, Catt delivered her message for women’s right from a firsthand account of what she had experienced as a woman living in the United States of America in the 19th century. She advocated for the rights of women to vote because she believes in equal rights and justice for all citizens. The speech was very successful because of the use of ethos, pathos, and logos.
In the 1920 's, women didn’t have the right to vote, which later led to the 19th amendment that gave the women the right to vote. Females all over the world have been affected by this because they still are not treated equally even though the 19th Amendment gave them hope that will soon come into place. Women weren’t able to do many things as men such as working conditions, help out with war and vote. Therefore, women should have equal rights and not be treated differently. When it comes to higher wages women are often paid less even though they do the same work as men.
The list of responsibilities and positions she mentions shows proof that women are capable of doing. Twenty years later, Hillary is proving that women, indeed, have the capability of doing by rerunning for president and becoming the Democratic nominee. She adds, “my running for president is a way of a sending a message.” (article) With this statement, she is giving women power and motivation to achieve bigger and better goals.
Jill Stein has become the latest elitist to lie and manipulate the country for her interest or interest of her friends and associates. She has managed to raise more funds, for a Presidential Recount in five days; then she has over the last four years combined, for Presidential race. Just six days ago Jill Stein, former presidential candidate for the 2016 Presidential Election re-tweeted a link to an interview she conducted with ViJay Prashad on 11/21/2016. Prashad asked the candidate, "Why did Hillary Clinton... lose this election? Jill Stein says, "Hillary Clinton wasn't the only one who lost the election.
In the present times, illegal immigration has been one significant challenge that America and other countries have been facing. Some critics hold that immigrants have been part of sustaining the economy in America while others hold that America has paid a great price for allowing the immigrants to the country. In such a controversial issue, politicians keep on giving their comments with general perceptions; however, from economists handle this challenge with rational arguments of economics and anticipate the net result. Texas, being the biggest borderline state to Mexico, has been significantly impacted by immigrants. Illegal immigration is explained as the act of moving to another country for the purpose of employment, permanent settlement
Clinton attempts to use propaganda, empathy, and logic to present her point, that women to her audience, and succeeds at it. Overall, the speech is balanced in its argument style and use of rhetoric, such as the factors mentioned above. At this point, Clinton was not a New York senator yet, but only First Lady, yet she used her position to go to conferences, such as this conference, and speak out for women’s rights, as they are the same as human
Sanders has come in contact with many women throughout his life, through his observations of how women have prospered in society he believes that women feel such pressure to be everything, do everything. It’s as if they’re trying to overcome a million years’ worth of evolution in one lifetime. (lines 15-18) He knows that some women would disagree with his views on roles like his friend Anneke, she feels that men are the ones who have it harder; being discredited for the things they have
Hillary Rodham Clinton delivered her speech “Women’s Rights are Human Rights” September 5, 1995 while speaking at the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China with the intent to educate and spread awareness in regards to the rights and treatment of women around the world, while encouraging women to take initiative and highlight the potential women have if presented with the opportunity of equality. Early in Clinton’s speech, she uses the power of ethos to establish her credibility and continues to build upon it throughout, bringing attention to the fact she has had years of experience fighting for change among people of all kinds. Clinton convinces listeners that she has made women’s rights a priority in her life
She does a great job of explaining her point to her audience by repeating her main point over and over again. However, this speech was given twenty years ago, nothing was changed. At the time when Clinton gave her speech, it may not have been appreciated that much by the society. However, she mentioned this speech again in 2008, and this time, many more people came to know the reality of how women are being treated in other countries. Her speech was also considered influential in women’s rights movement.
“Human rights are not worthy of the name if they do not protect the people we don’t like as well as those we do”(Trevor Phillips). Everyone whether they are black, white, rich or poor is entitled to their humans rights. Therefore, it is an inhumane and unjust atrocity when millions of people around the world are denied their basic human rights based on exactly these physical, shallow, insignificant differences that outline sharp social status ' in our society. On September 5, 1995, Hillary Clinton addressed the issue of women’s rights by delivering a forceful speech as the First Lady of United States. In Hillary Clinton’s “Women Rights Are Human Rights” she effectively expresses that gender equality is important by creating a credible account
Therein, she expressed her ideas about women 's suffrage. She gave a talk to encourage American men and women to give political rights to women. In her speech, she states that both men and women are created equal and hence due to this equality women should have political rights too. Throughout her speech she emphasizes the discrimination against women, using the right to vote, the roles in marriage, and unequal wages as her evidence.