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Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren is a politician of the Democratic Party. She is a Senator from Massachusetts.

Elizabeth Warren was born in 1949 in Oklahoma. When she was 12, her dad suffered an heart attack which forced her mom to take up first job answering telephones at Sears store to run the family.

Warren went on to become a Harvard law professor and a consumer advocate. She helped Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, an agency set up to protect consumers from predatory lending practices.


In 2014, Elizabeth Warren has released a book "A Fighting Chance" which reflects on growing up in middle-class family in Oklahoma. She shared her upbringing and how she made it her mission to help struggling middle-class families.

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