Sarah Palin's Role In American History

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Sarah Palin played a controversial role in American history. There are very different opinions about her role in the political life in America. Some people think she is very intelligent women with great leadership quality. On the other side some people believe she was “clown” or had high celebrity drive. In spite those opinions Sarah Palin had played a tremendous role in women being involved in the American politics. She demonstrated that there are no limits facing the women and they can serve as Senators, Governors and cabinet officers equally with the men. Who is actually Sarah Palin? She is born in February 11, 1964 in Idaho In family with four children. Palin’s ancestry is of English, Irish, and German. When she was little her…show more content…
Palin returned to the University of Idaho in January 1986, and received her bachelor’s degree in communications with an emphasis in journalism. In August 1988, she got married to her high school sweetheart, Todd Palin. Following the birth of their first child, in April 1989, she helped in her husband’s commercial fishing business. Palin register in 1982 as a Republican and she are faithful to party sense then. Palin begins her carrier in the politics in 1996 as a Mayer of Wasilla. In her political platform, Palin attached issues like abortion, gun control and concerned that revenue from a new Wasilla sales tax would not be spent wisely. Sarah Palin had two terms as Mayer from 1996 to 1999. In her first term Palin asked for resignation letters from "city department heads who had been loyal to Stein", including the police chief, public works director and finance director. Palin cut property taxes by 75% and eliminated personal property and business inventory taxes, she also lowers her own salary of $68,000 with 10%. During her second term the city 's debt raised from about $1 million to $25 million due to $15 million for the sports complex, $5.5 million for street projects, and $3

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