The Lady Macbeth of Little Rock

Wattenberg, Daniel
August 1992
American Spectator;Aug92, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p25
Looks at Hillary Clinton's hard-left and present political activities. Likened to Eva Peron; Reckons herself the next Eleanor Roosevelt; Potential for political embarrassment; The 34 percent strategy; College activities, speeches and writings; At Yale Law School; Demands for federal children's programs; Cynical view of the traditional family; Financial assets and actions; Experience under a past administration; Questionable activities and involvements.


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