Madeleine Albright's Influence On American Politics

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An immigrant is someone who comes to live permanently in a foreign country. They decide to come to a new place and try to adapt to the lives of those who live there. Immigrants have came to the United States from all around the world. All of the immigrants that have moved to the United States have had to change their lives, they had to adapt to the lives of the Americans. Some of them have become very well known, while other are not. Immigrants have positively impacted America 's politics, economy, and jobs. (fix up intro) One immigrant who has changed the way of politics is Madeleine Albright. Madeleine Albright came to the United States when Czechoslovakia, her home country, was taken over by Nazis. When Albright came to the United States, she began her political career. She was given a scholarship to Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she went and got her PhD in law and government. While she was still a student she assisted democratic presidential candidate Edmund Muskie. Later, she became the legislative assistant to Edmund Muskie.
Madeleine Albright’s career affected the way politics is run today. Madeleine was the first woman in the U.S. to be the Secretary of State. She received that job even as an immigrant. She is also the first U.S. Secretary to travel to North Korea. Madeleine
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