Park tries to make history as S Korea's first woman president

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    some14some

    “Like Margaret Thatcher, Park would try to prove herself in areas that men have traditionally dominated,” such as security and economics, Han said.

    Good Luck Miss Park !

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    BurakuminDes

    Even though she is an ultra-conservative - and it seems was born into aristocracy and wealth - it would be good if one East Asian nation had a female leader. The men of Japan, China and the Koreas are no shining lights among the world's leaders - that's for sure! Maybe Japan and China will follow suit within the next 50-100 years.

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    cracaphat

    Like Margaret Thatcher, Park would try to prove herself in areas that men have traditionally dominated,” such as security and economics, Han said.

    Thatcher was married and had children.No comparison between them beyond both being women.

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