The amazing life of the first woman to run for US president

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“we need to look at history seriously and speak out the truth,”

Too many people may forget the historical facts. Sometimes it is also because nothing came of it.

Now when Hillary Clinton has accepted the Democratic White House nomination in a defining speech aimed at prying voters away from Donald Trump — and convincing America to entrust her with the world’s biggest job we could also take some time to look at a previous woman who tried to lead the country.

Many will state that

Clinton made history this week as the first female presidential nominee of a major US party. {All eyes on Hillary as she readies landmark speech}

In accepting the US Democratic nomination for president on Thursday night in Philadelphia, Mrs Clinton said the US can advance only when each segment of society and members of every group work together.

“America is once again at a moment of reckoning,”

Mrs Clinton said

“Powerful forces are threatening to pull us apart. Bonds of trust and respect are fraying.”

Before her the first woman to work on Wall Street secured the third party nomination by the Equal Rights party in the 1872 election.

 

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