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Kim Campbell Descriptive Biography In a democracy government isnt something that a group of people do TO everybody else its not even something they do FOR every body else it should be something they do WITH everybody else Kim Campbell March 25th 1993 Avril Phaendra Douglas Campbell was born in Port Albeni BC SHortly after her birth her parents moved to Vancouver where her father was studying law Her family life didnt turn out to be succesful so her parents divorced when she was 12 By the age of 13 she changed her name to Kim She was always on top in her Prince Of Wales Secondary school and she marked the begining of her political career by being the first female student president In 1964 Kim went to the University Of British Columbia where she topped in Political Science There again she was elected to be the first female freshman president After graduation she took some graduate courses at The Institute of International Relations before she got a scholarship to London School Of Economics She returned to Vancouver in 1973 and began lecturing at Simon Fraser University and Vancouver Community College In 1980 she returned to University of British Columbia to study law at the same time she got involved in local politics Later in 1983 she got elected into Vancouver School Board as a chairsperson Her status caught the attension of the governing at that time Social Credit party and they asked her to run as a candidate in 1984 provincial elections Even though she lost she was offered a job as a policy advisor to BC Premier Bill Bennett When Bennett resigned in 1989 Kim ran for a provincial leader Bill Vander Zalm In the electionthat year she won a seat in legislature Here she made herself recognized for opposing premiers views on abortion By 1988 Campbell was praised by the Conservative party
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