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Liza Mundy, “When Michelle Met Barack,” Washington Post, October 5, 2008. 66 A Politician’s Wife 57 Malia’s birth came at an ideal time for Barack because the Illinois legislature was not in session. But a few weeks later, when Barack had to return to Springfield, Michelle was left to raise Malia by herself for days at a time while also working full time. In the next few years when Barack’s political career and desire to be elected to higher office kept him away from home even more, Michelle began to question whether his political ambition was fair to his family.
Michelle herself admits that was true. ”50 Michelle was still unsure about Barack when he took her to a meeting of community activists in Altgeld Gardens, a poor black area. After graduating from Columbia University in 1983 with a degree in political science, Barack had worked for three years as the director of Developing Communities Project (DCP), a churchbased community organization in Chicago. He helped the poor by starting a job training program, a college preparatory tutoring program, and a tenants’ rights organization in Altgeld.
Obama admits that “every other month [since] I’ve had children I’ve struggled with the notion of ‘Am I being a good parent? Can I stay home? Should I stay home? ’”70 But because Obama needed to work to help pay off their college debts and support the family, she struggled to find a way to make the situation easier for her while still giving 60 Michelle Obama her children the best care. Obama finally realized the solution was to quit blaming Barack and find ways to compensate for his absence. She says, I spent a lot of time expecting my husband to fix things, but then I came to realize that he was there in the ways he could be.