Growing up in politics I know that women decide all elections because we do all the work.
I don't remember my father reading to me, but I remember him telling me bedtime stories. I got to pick what was in them, and then he'd make them up.
There's so much to think about when you're becoming an adult, and there's so many great poems about that apprehension and excitement.
After my mom died, there was so much written about her fashion and her style and all that, and I felt that one of the most important parts of her was missing, her real intellectual curiosity.
Education was the most important value in our home when I was growing up. People don't always realize that my parents shared a sense of intellectual curiosity and a love of reading and of history.
We need a President who is not afraid of complexity, who believes in an open and tolerant society, and who knows that the world can be made new again - and that President is Al Gore.
Most of the books that I've written have been focused on, sort of, the individual, and sort of, either a voice, a personal voice, or a kind of transforming event where they step forward to fight for something they value.
Well, I think, you know, the arts are really what - one of the things that make this country strong. We always think it's our economy or our military power, but in fact, I think it's our culture, our civilization, our ideas, our creativity.
The biggest problem is people are afraid of poetry, think they can't understand it or that it will be boring.
I think that the presidency really brings out the best in a lot of people.
People don't always realize that my parents shared a sense of intellectual curiosity and a love of reading and of history.
I've raised three kids. I'm a lawyer. I've written books on the Constitution.
I can see both sides of term limits, and I think, in different positions, term limits make more sense than in some others.
I'm not as shy as everybody makes me out to be.
There are many ways to serve.
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