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The latter continued her argument that children's legal competence depended upon their age and other circumstances and that in serious medical rights cases, judicial intervention was sometimes warranted.An American Bar Association chair later said, "Her articles were important, not because they were radically new but because they helped formulate something that had been inchoate." During her time as chair, funding for the Corporation was expanded from million to 0 million; subsequently, she successfully fought President Ronald Reagan's attempts to reduce the funding and change the nature of the organization.Clinton used an effective defense and directed her client to plead guilty to a much lesser charge.
Born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in the Chicago suburb of Park Ridge, Clinton graduated from Wellesley College in 1969 and earned a J. In 1977, she co-founded Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families.
However, she was upset by the way Richard Nixon's campaign portrayed Rockefeller and by what she perceived as the convention's "veiled" racist messages and left the Republican Party for good.
After some fellow seniors requested that the college administration allow a student speaker at commencement, she became the first student in Wellesley College history to speak at the event.
She became the first female candidate to be nominated for president by a major U. For her senior year, she and other students were transferred to the then new Maine South High School, where she was a National Merit Finalist and was voted "most likely to succeed".
She graduated in 1965 in the top five percent of her class. She saw evidence of electoral fraud (such as voting list entries showing addresses that were empty lots) against Republican candidate Richard Nixon.