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So, yeah…obviously, this is not going to bash her. Oh, also if you decide to troll on this review your comment is never going to get to see t Note, I'm leaving the original pre-review below the actual review.
And Hillary Clinton has made the path forward a little bit easier for professional women going forward, and she needs to be given praise for that. The book obviously deals with her run for president.
It was an enthralling read. A bit bittersweet, melancholy, and desperately needed. When I finished reading it, I did feel like the country would eventually be okay. Though, now as I write this review watching the latest Trump-catastrophes that are airing on MSNBC that feeling is quickly disintegrating.
I think what I liked best about this book was how relatable I found Hillary in the pages. I know a lot of people are laughing at that. One of the many reasons, why she will always be a feminist icon.
The tone of the book has almost a blunt quality about it. And I loved it. She depicts the election for what it was. She takes blame for her own mistakes think the comment on coal miners but also states the very obvious that there were a lot of outside factors that contribute to her loss and the idiot we now have as president.
Honestly, her tone reminds me a lot of my sister which is bonus points for her. There is also an intimate quality to the book. Hillary talks about her personal life: Bill, Chelsea, the grandkids, her friends, even the dogs. It also dives into some of the darker emotions that she experienced after the election, and the hope she has for the future.
You also see her disdain for how the coverage was handled during the election and how Matt Laurer was pretty much an idiot Hillary, girl, I agree. As much as this book is about Hillary and about the fallout of the disastrous election inthe book also touches on policy.
Policy, oh lord, how I missed you. Even during the primaries it seemed policy was overlooked and yes, even the democratic primary. Bernard promised the moon but he never explained how we were going to get there.
Hillary clearly had a plan of how she wanted to enact policies, and how she thought we could feasibly get there. Her website was filled with them, and I always annoyed me how a certain idiotic morning news host with bad hair that used to be B.It was National Careers Week a few weeks ago.
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The UCAS personal statement strikes fear into most sixth formers. Sculpting the perfect personal statement is an arduous an unavoidable process. With approximately , people applying to university each year, admissions officers need a way to filter stronger candidates from the rest of .
Every year Ucas publishes a list of the most common opening lines in personal statements and urges applicants to avoid using these 'hackneyed' phrases. How to write a personal statement that works for multiple courses. How to structure your UCAS personal statement.
For help with how to begin your personal statement, read our article on writing your opening sentence and, for help with the rest of your personal statement, read our article on what to include in your personal statement.