Clinton's book isn't perfect. But for women in politics, it matters. Americans have been fighting about Hillary Clinton for more than 25 years. In her 2003 book Living History, she writes about realizing, during her husband's first presidential campaign, that her life was being scrutinized in ways she couldn't control. "I was called a 'Rorschach test' for the American public," she writes. "I was being labeled and categorized because of my positions and mistakes, and also because I had been turned into a symbol for women of my generation. That's why everything I said or did — and even... [Read More]
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