Term Paper: Princess Diana

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The Passion of a Princess

It is rare in today's world for leaders -- true leaders -- to emerge and set standards for how other people ought to be treated. People who take risks are few and far between. Yet, sometimes a person who has been lucky in life has a passion for humanity that is not dampened by the criticism of the media. They take the necessary steps to use any influence they have to help others. Diana, Princess of Wales, was one of those people.

Like any royal or famous wedding, Princess Diana's marriage to Prince Charles brought incredible media attention. It would have been easy for her to casually enjoy her wealth and status like many other famous people. Instead, Diana became interested in how she could help others. Her charity work frequently focused on children, and often on helping those who, without people like her, would live painfully and briefly.

Diana had no intention of ignoring the painful things in the world. In fact, she made incredible efforts to change things for the… [END OF PREVIEW]

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