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A woman in charge the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton /

The author briefly examines the early years of Hillary Rodham Clinton covering her childhood in Chicago, her college years, and time spent in Arkansas and then discusses her role as First Lady in President Bill Clinton's scandal-plagued administration.

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  • "The author briefly examines the early years of Hillary Rodham Clinton covering her childhood in Chicago, her college years, and time spent in Arkansas and then discusses her role as First Lady in President Bill Clinton's scandal-plagued administration."@en
  • "The author briefly examines the early years of Hillary Rodham Clinton covering her childhood in Chicago, her college years, and time spent in Arkansas and then discusses her role as First Lady in President Bill Clinton's scandal-plagued administration."
  • "Drawing on hundreds of interviews with colleagues and friends and with unique acces to campaign record, Bernstein offers a complex and nuanced portrait of one of the most controversial figures of our time. He addresses the questions Americans are asking. What is her character? What is her political philosophy? What can we expect from her?"
  • "Which Hillary Clinton will prevail in this sprawling, muddled biography? Is she a "messianic" idealist or a ruthless pragmatist given to negative ad campaigns and vilifying opponents? A liberal feminist firebrand or a closet traditionalist and Washington prayer-group fixture? A Lady Macbeth, a First Soul-mate, or a stand-by-your-man marital martyr? Bernstein (All the President's Men) gives us all these Hillary's, foggily uniting them by reference to her "extraordinary capability for change and evolutionary development." (Then again, the Senate candidate who "told voters largely what they wanted to hear" seems much the same species as the Wellesley student-body president who "was more interested in...achieving victory than in taking a philosophical position.") Bernstein's ill-balanced treatment puts "the Journey"-Hillary's mystic term for her politico-conjugal relationship with Bill Clinton-at the center of the story, particularly her dominant, sometimes disastrous role in Bill's scandal-plagued administration. Ever the investigative reporter, the author serves up chapters of eye-glazing Whitewater arcana and probes Hillary's emotional turmoil as she defends Bill from bimbo eruptions, but flits through her entire post-impeachment career as a high-profile senator and leader of the Democratic party in a scant 19 pages. Bernstein provides a densely detailed road-map of Hillary's life, but we get little sense of where the Journey has taken her."
  • "Traces the childhood, college years, and political accomplishments of the controversial 2008 presidential candidate."
  • "Traces the childhood, college years, and political accomplishments of the controversial 2008 presidential candidate."@en
  • "Carl Bernsteins stunning portrait of Hillary Rodham Clinton shows us, as nothing else has, the true trajectory of her life and career with its zigzag bursts of risks taken and safety sought."

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  • "Biography"@en
  • "Biography"
  • "Biography."
  • "Biography."@en
  • "Biographie"
  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Biografieën (vorm)"

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  • "A Woman in Charge : the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton /"
  • "A woman in charge the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton /"@en
  • "A woman in charge : the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton"
  • "A Woman in Charge : The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton"
  • "A women in charge : the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton /"@en
  • "A women in charge : the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton /"
  • "A Woman in Charge The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton."
  • "A woman in charge : the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton /"
  • "A woman in charge : the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton /"@en
  • "A Woman in charge : the life of Hillary Clinton /"@en