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  • Genre:POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • SubGenre:Government / Executive Branch
  • Language:English
  • Pages:160
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781483586915

Hillary for America and for the World

One Man's Plea for a Female President of the Free World

by Kwasi Asante Tannor

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Overview
Born in Ghana, the gold coast of Africa, Kwasi Asante Tannor has witnessed firsthand the positive impact Hillary Rodham Clinton has made in the United States and worldwide, especially his home country. Recognizing her as the "ideal woman," he questions the sexism that still exists in American politics and continues to plague Clinton's run for the highest office in the free world. Breaking down much of the misinformation her competitors use against her, Tannor makes a case for why it's beyond time for America to elect a female president and why it should be Hillary Clinton.
Description
Born in Ghana, the gold coast of Africa, Tannor has witnessed firsthand the positive impact Hillary Rodham Clinton has made in the United States and worldwide, especially his home country. Recognizing her as the "ideal woman," he questions the sexism that still exists in American politics and continues to plague Clinton's run for the highest office in the free world. Tannor breaks down much of the misinformation her competitors use against her regarding the Benghazi cataclysm and other hot-button topics. By highlighting Clinton's diplomacy as the former U.S. Secretary of State--especially on his home continent--and by looking at the benefits of women in politics, Tannor makes a case for why it's beyond time for the United States of America to elect a female president and why it should be Hillary Rodham Clinton this year.
About the author
Born in Ghana, Kwasi Asante Tannor has never met Hillary Clinton but has long admired her ways of changing the world for everyone, women especially. Father to a precious daughter, he firmly believes that if a girl is given a good education, then all the family would be educated, and then the whole village would be educated and ultimately, the entire country would be educated! He received elementary and secondary education in Ghana, but as an immigrant to the United States and starting his family, he was unable to proceed further. So, Tannor took his mother's advice and worked hard by washing pots and pans at restaurants part-time, driving taxis some nights and working days as a security officer just to help make ends meet. Eventually, Tannor continued studies at Long Island University.
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