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For Democrats, the next big hurdle

Overarching message eludes Clinton campaign

Hillary Clinton greeted supporters yesterday during an event at California State University in Los Angeles. Clinton has campaigned as the inevitable Democratic nominee, on experience, and on the economic success of the 1990s. Hillary Clinton greeted supporters yesterday during an event at California State University in Los Angeles. Clinton has campaigned as the inevitable Democratic nominee, on experience, and on the economic success of the 1990s. (ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)
By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / February 3, 2008

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SAN FRANCISCO - Only 3 1/2 weeks ago, Hillary Clinton met the cheering crowd in a small gymnasium in Manchester, N.H., with a radiant smile. Jubilant at having pulled her political career from the brink of an abyss, she declared to the people of New Hampshire, "I listened to you and in the process, I found my own voice." (Full article: 1181 words)

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