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Cracked yet no longer Shattered completely analyzes Hillary Clinton's 2008 crusade for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination with a watch to deciding on what went wrong-why, the frontrunner, she ended up now not breaking _the glass ceiling._ even though her communique was once improper and the media assurance of her did mirror biases, those essays exhibit how her crusade was once in hassle from the beginning due to her gender, prestige as a former First woman, and being half a political couple.
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In fact, Troy argues, “freed from the gossamer shackles of being first lady, Senator Clinton—or Senator-to-be Clinton—was free to be as brainy and as policyoriented as she wished to be” (2006, 205). Clinton’s bid for the Senate allowed the public’s vision (their imagination, perhaps) of her to shift from a reflection of her husband to a candidate and public official in her own right. Anderson argues, in fact, “that she went from being viewed primarily as a woman to being judged predominantly as a candidate” (2002, 109).
Org for more information about this organization (accessed January 28, 2009). 5. It must be noted that in a handful of cases, it was nearly impossible to apply the Republican method of delegate selection to the Democratic contest. For example, in Pennsylvania, Republican Party rules require that all delegates remained committed to any candidate until the time of the convention. Thus, in situations where it was impossible to determine how to apportion delegates, that state’s primary results were not included in the cumulative totals of delegates awarded to each candidate.
Given Hillary Clinton’s history with the American public, it was essential that she get past a view that she was “too poised” and refused “to acknowledge any conflicts, any sacrifices, or any sense of loss” (Troy, 2000, 354). S. Senate, and her frontrunner status two years before the election. Karlyn Kohrs Campbell (1995) explained the differences between presidential wives and women political candidates in this way: Presidential wives challenge the public and press differently than do women candidates for public office.
Cracked but Not Shattered: Hillary Rodham Clinton's Unsuccessful Campaign for the Presidency by Theodore F. Sheckels, Mary C. Banwart, Lauren C. Bell, Diana B. Carlin, Joan L. Conners, Corey Davis, Jeffrey Delbert, Mitchell S. McKinney, Janette Kenner Muir, James M. Schnoebelen, Julia A. Spiker, Karen Stein, Anita M. Taylor, Kathleen M. Torrens, Ric