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A collection of essays describes the former secretary of state’s exeperiences in the 2016 presidential campaign and shares inspirational quotes that have shaped her life and work.
More books by Hillary Clinton
1. Grandma’s Gardens
The authors share personal revelations on how gardening with Grandma Dorothy shapes and nurtures a love and respect for nature, beauty, and a general philosophy for life.
2. Women on the Frontlines of Peace and Security with Foreword by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Leon Panetta – Women in the Military, Defense, Foreign Policy, NATO, Crisis, Special Operations Forces
This unique book discusses the issue of the role of women in the military, foreign policy, and peace efforts. Contents: Foreword – Hillary Rodham Clinton and Leon Panetta * Preface * Acknowledgments * Chapter I – Integrating Women into U.S. Defense and Foreign Policy * 1. What Took Us So Long? * Expanding Opportunities for Women in the Military * Michael Mullen * 2. Looking through the Gender Lens: More Stable Peace through Empowering Women * Donald Steinberg * Chapter II – Women and Conflict Prevention * 3. Creative Solutions for Crisis Response and Stabilization: The Power of a Gendered Approach * Rick Barton and Cindy Y. Huang * 4. Security for the 21st Century: Preventing Conflict by Building Strong Relationships and Stable Communities * James G. Stavridis and Scott T. Mulvehill * 5. NATO’s Commitment to Women, Peace, and Security * Mari Skare * 6. Women, Terrorism, and Counterterrorism: Crafting Effective Security Policies * Jane Mosbacher Morris * 7. Unleashing Women’s Economic Potential to Build Social Stability and Prevent Conflict * Melanne Verveer * Chapter III – Women as Equal Participants in Conflict Resolution * 8. Women’s Role in Bringing Peace to Sudan and South Sudan * Princeton N. Lyman * 9. Women as Agents of Peace and Stability: Measuring the Results * Michelle Bachelet * 10. Working with African Nations to Support the Role of Women as Agents of Peace and Security * Carter F. Ham * 11. Women in Special Operations Forces: Advancing Peace and Security through Broader Cultural Knowledge * William H. McRaven * Chapter IV – Protections for Women During and After Conflict * 12. Protecting Civilians from Conflict-Related Sexual Violence * Patrick Cammaert * 13. Gender and Accountability in Conflict, Crisis, and Transition * Navanethem Pillay * 14. Women, Conflict, and Trafficking: Building a World Free of Slavery * Luis CdeBaca * Chapter V- Women’s Equal Access to the Means for Recovery * 15. Women in Relief and Recovery: Putting Good Policies into Action * Valerie Amos * 16. Promoting Women’s Participation in Disaster Management and Building Resilient Communities: A View from U.S. Pacific Command * Miemie Winn Byrd * List of Contributors Clinton and Panetta write: During our tenures as Secretary of State and Secretary of Defense, we witnessed the major contributions women have made in areas affected by conflict, crisis, and transition. Take Afghanistan, where our Servicemembers, diplomats, and development experts are working with the Afghan people to help build a stable, prosperous society. Because there can be no lasting peace in Afghanistan without the full participation of women, we have worked to include women at every step. We sent teams of female Marines to work directly with Afghan women and help them advocate for their rights. Our Provincial Reconstructions Teams engage with communities to curb violence against women and end practices that destabilize societies, such as honor killing and female immolation. And we are training more Afghan women to join the security forces and the national police so that they can help protect women’s rights and uphold the rule of law. In active conflict zones, we know women often suffer disproportionate burdens, including rape as a tactic of war. We also know women can be valiant warriors. American women in uniform have faced the reality of combat and proved their willingness to fight and to die to defend our country. That is why in January 2013, the Defense Department rescinded the restriction excluding women from direct ground combat units and positions. The challenge for all of us moving forward is how we can better engage women as equal partners in all aspects of peace and security.
3. The Achievements of Hillary Clinton
With over 3,000,000 winning votes in 2016, Hillary Clinton truly is the real President of the United States of America. Moreover, her experience, steady disposition, and tact makes her the obvious best choice and most qualified to run our country. We all know she is the real President. Let’s celebrate that.
4. Celebrating Change
**INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING KEY SPEECHES BY BARACK OBAMA ** Speech Against Going to War With Iraq, October 2, 2002 ** Keynote Address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, July 27, 2004 ** Announcement That He Will Run for the Office of the President of The United States, Springfield, IL, February 10, 2007 ** Iowa Caucus Victory Speech, Des Moines, IA, January 3, 2008 ** New Hampshire Primary Speech After Loss, Nashua, NH, January 8, 2008 ** South Carolina Victory Speech, Columbia, SC, January 26, 2008 ** Speech at the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Richmond, VA, February 9, 2008 ** ‘A More Perfect Union’ (Responding to the Reverend Jeremiah Wright Controversy) Philadelphia, PA, March 18, 2008 ** ‘The American Promise’ (Accepting the Democratic Nomination at the Democratic National Convention), Denver, CO, August 28, 2008 ** President-Elect Barack Obama: Address to the Nation, Election Night, Chicago, IL, November 04, 2008 ** ALSO INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING ** Senator Hillary Clinton: Democratic National Convention August 26, 2008 ** Senator John McCain: Concession Speech, November 4, 2008 **
5. A Woman in Charge
Traces the childhood, college years, and political accomplishments of the controversial 2008 presidential candidate.
6. Living History
The U.S. senator from New York offers an thought-provoking, candid chronicle of her eight years as First Lady of the United States, looking back on her husband’s two administrations, the challenges she faced during the period, the impeachment crisis, her own political work, and more. 1,250,000 first printing. $500,000 ad/promo.
7. 20th Century American Sculpture in the White House Garden
Is an excellent overview of 20th-century American sculpture & an intimate look at the garden that adjoins the most famous house in America.
Last updated on Monday, December 20, 2021