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Golda Meir was a considered to be one of the Worlds greatest women of all times For a woman coming from the early 1900s she accomplished very many things She showed courage strength and leadership throughout the many years of her life Because of all of this she is looked upon as a great leader Starting from an early age she showed an eagerness to be independent which any young person striving to be an individual would do At fifteen she argued with her teachers and her parents about practically everything She wanted to search for the person she knew was hiding inside so she ran away to live with her sisters in Denver Here she was struck with many experiences she had a great form of beauty strong figure and beautiful All of this she could use to her advantage It was easier for women to get attention the more beautiful they were no one really paid attention to how intelligent a woman was because women were thought to be less smart Even though Golda was very head strong and stubborn she still kept to herself so when she was first revealed intimately it was made a big deal In her letters to the men she was involved with you could get a sense of strong tenderness and love She was passionate with everything that had to do with her The things she loved and the things she hated The men she had love affairs with were men of power and pioneering giants of the time They pushed her career which did not always satisfy her so from time to time she had to prove herself that she could do it on her own but this was just an easier way Men except for Golda ran all of Americas society She was the only woman to break into their inner circle and socialize with the men about political issues and things of that
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