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Childhood trauma taught Madeleine Albright to stand up to despots

12 mins | Apr 6, 2022
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The former U.S. Secretary of State passed away in March. Margaret Warner pays tribute to Madeleine Albright. Here, she reflects on her “keen instinct for gauging authoritarians—and understanding the threat they pose” started in her childhood, her transition from academia to politics and why Ukraine’s plight haunted her final days.
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