Karen Beckwith

Case Western Reserve University

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Flora Stone Mather Professor of Political Science at Case Western Reserve University and co-author, most recently, of Political Women and American Democracy

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Lawyer, First Lady, US Senator, presidential candidate, Secretary of State…  Hillary Clinton  has racked up one of the most impressive resumes in American politics.

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Lawyer, First Lady, US Senator, presidential candidate, Secretary of State…  Hillary Clinton  has racked up one of the most impressive resumes in American politics.

New Beginnings for Outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

Lawyer, First Lady, US Senator, presidential candidate, Secretary of State… Hillary Clinton has racked up one of the most impressive resumes in American politics.

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