She is a supporter of an American Value and Principle called: The Common Good, constitutionally codified as the General Welfare, who understands the personal is political in the context of the health and welfare of the nation which, of course, is us.
There has been some discussion as to just what Hillary did or did not accomplish as Secretary of State and there will be more of that so I am going to give you a copy of the text of the The 2010 Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR): Leading Through Civilian Power document created under her leadership as an example of the foundation of her work in implementing President Obama's foreign policy here, followed by a more easy to digest video of Dr. Anne Marie Slaughter, Director of Policy Planning at the U.S. Department of State, presenting key points of it.
Dr. Slaughter snip of her discussing Hillary's QDDR, 2011:
Provided by Chatham House, the video is approximately 60 minutes,
And, last but not least fast forward to today and the new and updated epilogue to her latest book "Hard Choices":
As I read the epilogue, I was reminded of something I think about often -- how dedicated our public servants are and how badly they are treated by so many ... It's quite shameful. No matter what Hillary decides about the 2016 race, it is my hope that all Democrats will treat her with the respect all of our public servants deserve because, more often than not, it is love of country and/or love of her people that motivates them and not the bottom line and they deserve that.
... I have always believed that every child should have the chance to live up to his or her God-given potential. That principle has animated my entire career, from my earliest days as a young attorney with the Children's Defense Fund straight through to my service in the Senate and as Secretary of State. Now that I'm a grandmother, I believe it even more passionately. Unfortunately, too few of the children born in the United States and around the world today will grow up with the same opportunities as Charlotte. You shouldn't have to be the granddaughter of a President or a Secretary of State to receive excellent health care, education, enrichment, and all the support and advantages that will one day lead to a good job and a successful life. That's what we want for all our kids. And this isn't just idealism. It's a recipe for broadly-shared prosperity and a healthy democracy. The notion of equal opportunity has been at the heart of the American experiment since the very beginning. It's part of what made the United States exceptional and it attracted generations of immigrants determined to work hard and provide their families with that same chance at success. I'm more convinced than ever that our future in the 21st century depends on our ability to ensure that a child born in the hills of Appalachia or the Mississippi Delta or the Rio Grande Valley grows up with the same shot at success that Charlotte will.
Or course there is much,much more material to be found on Hillary but it is my hope these snippets into her work will encourage you to pay very close attention as you are deciding if you think she should be the next President of the United States ~ or not ...
G., aka Partisan Democrat