Book Reviews of Hillary Clinton: The Inside Story

Hillary Clinton: The Inside Story
Hillary Clinton The Inside Story
Author: Judy Warner
ISBN-13: 9780451178084
ISBN-10: 0451178084
Publication Date: 1/19/1993
Pages: 246
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4 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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This book portrays Hillary Clinton as an intelligent, complex, strong, sensitive person. Her identity as a thoughtful, dedicated public servant has been derailed by marital troubles, the harrowing pursuit by partisan bloodhounds, and the fickle opinion of the press and public. This is a book about the stigma that still exists in being a smart, bold woman. It is a sad, frustrating story about misunderstandings, personal foibles, and distortions of Clinton motives and activities created by politics and the media. A believable portrait of Hillary Clinton as a lively, spirited individual who cast her fate with a man whose ideals she shares, suffering pain and doubt that the public and press presume to be privy to but don't understand. We see her expend her incredible energy and talents in public service, only to have her intentions twisted.
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The book was very informative about Hilary's achievements throughout her life as far as working for children and the poor. She also demonstrated how high motherhood is in her life.
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An inside look at a very interesting woman that is making history in this present day political scene.