What HappenedBook - 2017 | First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition
The former secretary of state relates her experiences as the first woman candidate nominated for president by a major party, discussing the sexism, criticism, and double standards she had to confront, and how she coped with a devastating loss.
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". . . I put on a suffragette-white pantsuit and got ready to head to the arena"
(I always wondered about her choice of color.)
". . .three basic contrasts we wanted to draw with Trump. . .  He was a fraud who was in it only for himself (sic!), but I was in it for children and families [but not men, apparently]. .  He was divisive, while I would work to bring the country together [no identity politics here, folks!]."
"Standing here [in the arena at the nominating convention] as my mother's daughter, and my daughter's mother, I'm so happy this day has come," I said. "Happy for grandmothers and little girls and everyone in between."
(feminist triumphalism. . . wonder why that didn't go over so well with a lot of folks?)
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