The listening legacy of Hillary Rodham Clinton (via The Christian Science Monitor)

The greatest challenge of our time, said Madeleine Albright last week to a group of Massachusetts students, “is between the people who are willing to listen and those who believe they know it all.” As the first female United States secretary of State (1997 to 2001), Ms. Albright set a precedent…

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  1. The_Ohioan January 28, 2013 at 9:19 am

    I hope someone will convince Ms. Clinton that she can do more good for the world by using her influence to free women everywhere from male subjugation than as a president with limited power to help them.

    It is unconscionable that in the 21st century the world has large numbers of women living in slavery and despair.

  2. zephyr January 28, 2013 at 11:18 am

    I love it when intelligence trumps sabre rattling. “Smart power” should be the rule, not the exception. If Hillary decides to run in 2016 it’s going to make a lot of republicans very, very unhappy.