2008

Newsweek International - - REWIND -

As Hil­lary Clin­ton and Barack Obama squared off for the Demo­cratic nom­i­na­tion, the U.S. was “just be­gin­ning to grap­ple with ques­tions of race and gen­der” that the cam­paign would “raise again and again.” How ef­fec­tive was the grap­pling? The 2020 elec­tion—which will likely in­clude the most di­verse group of can­di­dates in U.S. his­tory—should pro­vide an an­swer.

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