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Hillary Rodham was born on October 26, 1947, in Chicago, Illinois. She grew up with two younger brothers in Park Ridge, an upper-class suburb north of the city. Her parents were Hugh and Dorothy Howell Rodham, who raises their three children with traditional American values that stressed family, church, school, and social obligations.
Clinton attended the public schools of Park Ridge and in 1965 went to Wellesley College, where she majored in political science and minored in psychology. An exceptional communicator, she was a catalyst for many of the movements for change occurring on the Wellesley campus and was involved in a number of off-campus activities. She spent her final undergraduate summer in Washington, DC, working for the House Republican Conference and returned to campus to spend her senior year as president of the student government. Graduating with highest distinction in 1969. In the fall, she enrolled in Yale University Law School, where she and 30 other women were the class of 1972.
In The White House
As the First Lady, Clinton remained an advocate for many of the programs and issues she had long supported. Her goal of "making a difference" in the world led her to demand improvements in many areas, including health care and child welfare.
Running For President
Hillary announced that she would be running for president in 2016. Despite that she obtained many donations and had a strong campaign, voters leaned towards Bernie Sanders in the state primarys.
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2. "Hillary Rodham Clinton." Encyclopedia of World Biography. Detroit: Gale, 1998. Biography in Context. Web. 9 May 2016.
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