“I do not wish women to have power over men, but over themselves.”
The world came crashing down around me on election night in 2017. I’m not even American but the result zapped most of my faith in people completely away. It was crushing for all those who’ve fought for love, tolerance and the advancement of women.
I was lucky enough to volunteer at one of Clinton’s rallies in New Hampshire in the summer of 2016 while I was in Boston. It was incredible to be a part of the movement behind her and I got quite emotional. So you can imagine how I was when reading her book.
The shining light of this book was her resilience. I’ve lost a crappy little student election before and it was super painful, to go through what she has and still stand strong at the end is utterly awe-inspiring. There are moments of sadness and moments of hope in this book, and if you want a very personal account of the election, then here it is.
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