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Albright says Wellesley to mint leaders

Her alma mater graduated 2 female secretaries of state

Madeleine Albright, former secretary of state, said she hopes the institute created in her honor at Wellesley College will produce graduates who become both diplomats and international leaders. Madeleine Albright, former secretary of state, said she hopes the institute created in her honor at Wellesley College will produce graduates who become both diplomats and international leaders. (Christinne Muschi/Reuters)
By Ben Terris
Globe Correspondent / June 14, 2009

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WELLESLEY - With Wellesley College already the alma mater of two of the nation's three female secretaries of state, trailblazer Madeleine Albright hopes a new institute at the college created in her honor will pave the way for more. (Full article: 575 words)

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