Nancy Pelosi

Submitted by on Sep 4, 2015

Nancy Pelosi

Nancy Pelosi sharply criticized the policies of George W. Bush condemned the invasion of Iraq, for 10 years remained member of the Standing Committee of the House of Representatives concerning foreign intelligence after September 11, was the author of the bill that triggers a commission to assess the activities of the government.

Author: Natalia Sudakova

Patricia Nancy Pelosi D’Alesandro – known political and public figure, a human rights activist, the first woman in US history to head the Congress a great political party.

She was born March 26, 1940 in Baltimore, Maryland, he was the last sixth child and only daughter. The family lived in a working-class district, which is called Little Italy and is situated near the city’s port. The bulk of the population were Roman Catholics, and as a local church of St. Leo and the headquarters of the Democratic Party was the original center of socio-economic and political life, the entire area held democratic views. My father was quite well-known and respected man, becoming the first American of Italian origin elected to the post of mayor. In this role, he spent three terms, and up to Nancy’s age it was called a child of the mayor. Together with brothers, she spent much time in the office of his father.

The girl’s parents were devout Catholics and she predicted a spiritual career. My mother was convinced that her daughter will be a nun of Catholic orders that for many families was considered a great honor. Later, in an interview with Nancy Pelosi says that did not reflect on the monastic path, but often caught myself thinking that the priest endowed with more power. The devout Catholic families of children brought up in severity, and the family of Nancy in this regard is no different, adhering religious canons. After finishing school for young girls of Notre Dame, when it came time to choose a college, parents are not allowed to go further than to Washington, which was at a distance of 80 km from Baltimore. Here she continued her education in the women’s Roman Catholic College St. Trinity, who graduated in 1962. Nancy dreamed of legal education but went the traditional way for women and married. Her husband, Paul, was a graduate of Georgetown University. Young settled near New York, where the husband was a banker. Nancy has devoted himself to his family and in 1969 was the mother of five children. In the same year the family moved to his hometown of Paul, San Francisco. Being a housewife Nancy Volunteering has always been involved in the election campaign of the Democrats. When in 1976, its political connections in Maryland helped Jerry Brown, a candidate for governor, in the first round to win a landslide victory, Nancy received a whopping dividends and significantly raised its reputation. Since 1977, she began her ascent to the political Olympus.

Since 1987, Nancy is the 8th District of California in the House of Representatives (the lower house of Congress), and in 2002, with the support of the majority, becomes the first woman to lead the party Demkratov and present it to Congress. In January 2007, Nancy was elected as Speaker of the House Pre

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As head of the Committee on financing, Nancy directed all its efforts to help American families to empower education, improve health care system. It has doubled the budget of the National Institutes of Health, negated attempts mezhdunardnogo sharp cuts in funding family planning programs, advocated the legalization of abortion, has made a tremendous vkdad in Borba AIDS, supported the rights of immigrants.

Nancy Pelosi sharply criticized the policies of George W. Bush condemned the invasion of Iraq, for 10 years remained a member of the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Foreign intelligence after September 11, was the author of the bill that triggers a commission to assess the activities of the government. Today, Nancy Pelosi continues to take a proactive stance, remaining not only the mother of five children, and grandmother of six grandchildren.

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