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The not-so-great debate

She needed to look and sound presidential. She did that. She needed to avoid getting baited by him. She did that. She needed to respond, forcefully, to the two things that she knows are seen in the research – i.e., that not a few Americans believe that she participated in an effort to discredit/shame her […]
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