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Rivals target Clinton on experience

Scrutiny increases as she touts her role as first lady

By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / November 29, 2007

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DES MOINES - Senator Barack Obama's recent decision to challenge Hillary Clinton's claims of governing "experience" stemming from her days as first lady has split her two most aggressive challengers, with Obama suggesting she deserves meager credit for her husband's presidency and John Edwards, a former North Carolina senator, arguing she should be held accountable for its flaws. (Full article: 869 words)

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