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  • Hillary’s Nixonesque comeback, Bernie’s bitter holdout, and the GOP’s Trump problem

    WGBH - 06/08/2016

    Hillary Clinton had seemed like the inevitable Democratic nominee for so long—not just in the current campaign, but eight years ago as well—that she tends not to get the credit she’s due for what is by any measure a remarkable accomplishment.

    And it’s not just that she’s the first woman to become the presumptive nominee of a major party, though that is legitimately a big deal. She also staged a comeback unlike any in recent political history.

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