Competitive Profiling Hillary Rodham Clinton tells the story of how, while a student at Wellesley in 1969, she attended a Harvard Law School function, met a distinguished professor there, and said she was considering Harvard "and its competition" for her graduate studies. "Two things, young lady," the professor replied with the complacency of a market leader, "First, we have no competition. Second, we have more than enough females at the Law School already."
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