Confidence, calm were key to Obama's success
Candidate 'simply fit the time very well'
Until one night in Charleston, S.C., 10 months ago, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were just shadowboxing, politely charting separate paths to the Democratic nomination. Clinton was the establishment choice, next in line, the clear favorite. Obama was the political upstart who dared challenge convention. (Full article: 1397 words)
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