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Cracked yet now not Shattered completely analyzes Hillary Clinton's 2008 crusade for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination with an eye fixed to picking out what went wrong-why, the frontrunner, she ended up now not breaking _the glass ceiling._ even though her verbal exchange was once unsuitable and the media insurance of her did mirror biases, those essays display how her crusade was once in difficulty from the beginning due to her gender, prestige as a former First girl, and being 1/2 a political couple.
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Tolbert, C. , Redlawsk, D. , and Bowen, D. C. (2009). Reforming the presidential nominations: Rotating state primaries or a national primary? : Political Science and Politics, 42(1), 71–79. Wayne, S. J. (2000). The road to the White House 2000: The politics of presidential elections. New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s Press. CHAPTER 2 Public Woman, Private Wife: Hillary Clinton Could Not Have Won Kathleen M. Torrens Lawyer, policy wonk, partner, feminist, mother, wife, hostess, trendsetter, children’s advocate, health care crusader, cover girl, icon, media sensation, Midwesterner turned Arkansasan turned New Yorker, senator, Democrat, and presidential hopeful, since 1992 HRC has been bolstered by her friends, betrayed by her husband, cheered by Congress, interrogated by prosecutors, hounded by reporters, slandered by talk-radio hosts, accepted by senatorial colleagues, and lionized by women throughout the world Troy, 2006 Hillary Rodham Clinton lost her bid for the Democratic nomination for president because she is Bill Clinton’s wife.
Your home life changes. Your wife attains new friends and acquaintances. More important, you speak to your business acquaintances and, perhaps, men you know socially about the changes you are seeing in contemporary women. You are fairly complimentary, albeit somewhat hesitant to see suffrage and outright equality as a determinantly good thing for your community. Some of your acquaintances rail against the very notion of equal rights for women; they argue that social chaos will reign if women’s energies are diverted from appropriate female pursuits like childbearing and rearing.
One of those “eccentricities” that Clinton had to deal with concerned her use of her birth name instead of her husband’s surname. She said: “Many Arkansas voters were offended when I kept my maiden name, Rodham” (93). She became Hillary Rodham Clinton in 1982, as her husband announced his second candidacy for the governorship of Arkansas. Her adoption of the Clinton surname was urged upon her by Vernon Jordan, a close friend and political ally to the aspiring governor; he called the 36 K A T H L E E N M .
Cracked but Not Shattered: Hillary Rodham Clinton's Unsuccessful Campaign for the Presidency by Theodore F. Sheckels, Mary C. Banwart, Lauren C. Bell, Diana B. Carlin, Joan L. Conners, Corey Davis, Jeffrey Delbert, Mitchell S. McKinney, Janette Kenner Muir, James M. Schnoebelen, Julia A. Spiker, Karen Stein, Anita M. Taylor, Kathleen M. Torrens, Ric