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Clinton's struggle vexes feminists

To some, her skills losing out to style

Hillary Clinton, posing at a Milwaukee diner Sunday, stresses her mastery of issues, while her rival advances for his charisma. Hillary Clinton, posing at a Milwaukee diner Sunday, stresses her mastery of issues, while her rival advances for his charisma. (Carolyn Kaster/Associated Press)
By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / February 19, 2008

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WASHINGTON - As Hillary Clinton struggles to regain her momentum in the presidential race, frustrated feminists are looking at what they see as the ultimate glass ceiling: A female candidate with a hyper-substantive career is now threatened with losing the nomination to a man whose charismatic style and powerful rhetoric are trumping her decades of experience. (Full article: 1109 words)

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