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Posted: Friday, August 16, 2013 6:32 pm

We read with interest Kathleen Parker’s column on Hillary Clinton. It’s on this page and it’s interesting because it’s a woman’s take on a woman. Women know women better than men, who are still trying to figure them out, ever since Eve was with Adam in that garden.

Of course, what makes Hillary so interesting is the fact that she is in politics, is a former first lady, secretary of state and U.S. senator, is a survivor of a number of incidents that raised questions still not fully answered, and is going to run for president on the Democratic ticket. Parker’s take on Hillary is more about women in general in high positions than totally on the former first lady. Parker wrote that if women became completely equal to men there would be peace on the planet. Countries where women are the most oppressed are the least stable, and where women have been empowered, especially financially, countries become more stable.

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