Letting Hillary Be Hillary

Meacham, Jon; Samuels, Allison; Breslau, Karen; Campo-Flores, Arian; Kelley, Raina; Dixon, Chris; Brant, Martha; Wolffe, Richard; Clift, Eleanor
January 2008
Newsweek (Pacific Edition);1/21/2008 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 151 Issue 3, p18
The article focuses on 2008 U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The issues of race vs. gender and youth vs. experience brought up by the campaigns of Clinton and fellow Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama are discussed. The change in Clinton's campaign after the New Hampshire primary is also discussed with commentary from her on becoming more open to voters and having assumed voters knew her from her previous time as First Lady.


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