Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime - Study Guide Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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Hillary called a general staff meeting the day after her win . Hillary should have been riding high from her win instead she was fretful and worried. What was their next move? They were out of money and ideas and had no theme. Hillary wanted to skip South Carolina and Nevada but was advised not to. Bill was fully engaged in every aspect of the campaign. Both Clintons were accused of playing the race card in an article in The New York Times. The article cited Bill's angry diatribe against Obama and a remark by Hillary that some felt took credit away from Martin Luther King in the fight for civil rights. Bill was outraged that the "first black President" as he was called sometimes, would be accused of racism. Bill figured this speculation originated in the Obama camp. The Clinton's fought back with...

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