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Thirty ways of looking at Hillary Thirty ways of looking at Hillary :
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United States
LCC: E887.C55 T458 2008 (Source: dlc)
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Lccn: 2008298984
An evaluation of Hillary Clinton by thirty women writers considers her political career and prospects from supportive and less favorable perspectives, in a volume that includes contributions by such names as Deborah Tannen, Susan Cheever, and Lorrie Moore.
Table Of Contents
Yellow pantsuit / by Amy Wilentz
The tyranny of high expectations / by Elizabeth Kolbert
Hillary Rotten / by Katha Pollitt
Political animals / by Susan Orlean
Boys and girls / by Lorrie Moore
The ballad of Bill and Hill / by Daphne Merkin
Monarchy in the making / by Lionel Shriver
All hail Betty Boop / by Rebecca Mead
My generation / by Jane Kramer
Re: Hillary / by Roz Chast
Fate is a feminist issue / by Judith Thurman
Hillary's list / by Susan Cheever
Cheating / by Ariel Levy
The validator / by Kathryn Harrison
The wife, the candidate, the senator, and her husband / by Letty Cottin Pogrebin
Elect Sister Frigidaire / by Katie Roiphe
From the 1965 Eyrie yearbook / by Patricia Marx
The double bind / by Deborah Tannen
Firm Hillary / by Susan Lehman
Medusa for president / by Laura Kipnis
How hungry is Hillary / by Mimi Sheraton
Confessions of a Hillary hagiographer / by Judith Warner
Can you forgive her? / by Dahlia Lithwick
Macramé, anyone? / by Lauren Collins
Hillary's underpants / by Lara Vapnyar
The self-reliance thing / by Marie Brenner
The road to Cleavagate / by Robin Givhan
Cold snap : the sorceress problem by Susanna Moore
Hello, my name is... / by Cristina HenrĂ­quez
Beyond gender / by Leslie Bennetts.
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Morrison, Susan, 1959 or 1960- Thirty ways of looking at Hillary