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Ready for Hillary

Hi everyone!

We're stepping away from the thematic meeting for next month and dedicating the month to Hillary Clinton, the likely Democratic nominee in 2016. 
The two books we'll be looking at are:

Her memoir "Living History".

http://www.amazon.com/Living-History-Hillary-Rodham-Clinton/dp/0743222253

And a biography of her time as Secretary of State, "HRC"


http://www.amazon.com/HRC-Secrets-Rebirth-Hillary-Clinton/dp/0804136750/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1395591907&sr=1-1&keywords=HRC


As before, feel free to pick only one for our meeting.  The questions we'll be considering are:

- What kind of campaign would we expect her to run in 2016?

- Is Benghazi the non-issue that most liberals think it is?  Or could it actually hurt her?

- What kind of president would Hillary be?  Could she be the liberal president that progressives have been waiting for?

- How much does her gender help or hurt her chances?  Do women in politics need to be exceptional to succeed? 


See you next month,

Neil

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