Political feminine style, this analysis argues that first lady rhetoric represents significant political speech by women and that political feminine style is a useful analytical tool appendix 1: women's rights are human rights by hillary clinton. The first lady hillary clinton during her speech in beijing, china first lady of the united states hillary rodham clinton during her speech in beijing, china women's rights are human rights is a phrase used in the feminist movement the phrase was first used in the 1980s and early 1990s the speech was listed as number 35 in american rhetoric's top 100.
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