"We have, in fact, gained because Saddam Hussein has reversed his course"
Born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, Madeleine Albright was the United States 64th Secretary of State, serving under President Bill Clinton. She was the first female to hold the position and at the time was the highest-ranking woman in the government. Fluent in English, Czech and French and able to read Russian, German and Polish, Albright's career in public service began in 1978 as a staff member of the National Security Council. She also served as Ambassador to the United Nations. She penned four bestsellers about her years in public service, including her autobiography, Madam Secretary: …